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THE  BENSON  LIBRARY  OF  HYMSOLOGY 

Endowed  by  the  Reverend 

Louis  Fitzgerald  Benson,  d.d. 

LIBRARY  OF  THE  THEOLOGICAL  SEMINARY 
PRINCETON,  NEW  JERSEY 


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The  Hyimnal 

With  Tunes 


Old  and  New. 


XftD  ¥orU: 
F.     J.     HUNTINGTON     AND     CO., 

105    DUANE    STREET. 

POTT,      YOUNG     AND      CO., 

COOPER      U  N  1  (J  N  . 
MDCCCLXXII. 


Euter«d.  »coon\in(;  to  A(  t  of  CongreiM,  in  thu  year  1871,  by 
Thic  Tbustej-ui  or  the  Fl'Sd  ron  The  Reuep  ok  Wii>owb  and  Obphakh  or  dkckakco  CLmnaTiuKM, 

AMD   OK   ACJKD,    INFinM.    AMD    DIMABLED  CLKUOYMKM   OT  THK    PBirTtSTAST   EpX*- 

coi'vi.  CHrncH  in  tiik  U.sitkd  Btateh  ok  America, 
lu  Uio  Office  of  tbo  Librarian  of  Congrcsa,  at  WaKLington. 


Entered,  according  to  Act  of  ConjLTess.  in  the  yeur  1872, 

By  F.  J.  IIL'NTIXGTOX  AND  CO., 
Ill  il»e  Olfice  of  the  Lihmrian  of  Congre.H«,  m  Wudhingtou. 


PlJDLISlfEES'  X0TJCE.—Ti\nc9  marked  ihua  4«,  h\  ihia  work.  \v«ro  cill«cr  conii>03cd 
exprt'wly  f«»r  it,  or  copie«l.  by  llie  special  ]>eriuU.-*iou  of  ihcir  jiuthors.  frt»m  oopy  ri:{hlcd  worlts. 
Times  tiiiM  t  marked,  arc  either  wliolly  or  in  part,  re-arrani(ed  cxprosj-Iy  for  lliLi  IIvmxal.  I;i 
either  case,  the  matter  is  oiiyiual,  and  ;i8  buth,  U  secured  by  ct»pyrii;ht. 


PREFACE. 


Without  nu;cb  Lcsitatlou  I  accepted  the 
proposal  to  o.lit  the  Hymuul  with  accom- 
pauyiug  tuaes,  being  Riad  oL  tlie opportunity 
tbui  proseuted  oi  piomoting  •' vtie  strvice 
of  soaj  iu  tli.3  House  ol  tiie  Lord."  But  uo 
Booncr  bud  I  st  t  luystlf  iu  caruest  to  the 
work  thau  I  bocanic  coa.:ciou3  that,  through 
lack  of  technical  t:kill  on  uiy  part,  the  aid  ol 
professional  musicians  must  be  cought. 
Applications  were  accordiuj^Jy  made  to  kad- 
iag  composers  of  Hymn-music  in  England 
and  our  own  country;  by  whoso  co-opera- 
tion I  am  now  abb  to  oflfor  my  brethren  r. 
Hymual  with  suita'jb  tune;.  Did  I  not  be- 
lieve that  this  book  had  merito  of  its  own,  I 
nhouLl  not  ventur  j  to  assume  tho  responsi- 
bility of  its  publication.  "What  those  merits 
ara,  however,  I  must  leave  othcr-i  to  discover 
lor  them.i2lve3,  mrrcly  intimating  ihat  my 
aim  has  been  to  provide  tunes  which  ere 
fitted  rather  to  the  purposes  of  Divine  wcr- 
Ghip,  than  aflaptcd  to  thi  secular  and  popu- 
lar tastes  of  the  d.iy.  In  othe;  worJj,  I 
have  considered  the  v.-ants  and  wishes  of  the 
worshipper,  rather  than  the  fdicies  of  the 
connoisseur;  and  by  special  care  to  accci- 
tuation  in  the  tunes  selected,  I  have  faitli- 
fnll}'  trie.l  to  help  those  who  use  the  Hvmnal 
in  the  holy  service  of  Praise,  "  to  sing  with 
the  spirit  and  to  sing  with  the  understand- 
ing also." 

I  may  aJld  that  as  no  pains  have  been 
npared  to  reach  t'lis  end,  I  trust  the  result 
may  prove  that  time  and  labour  have  not  been 
misapplied;  and  that  by  ray  own  best  en- 
deavours, I  have  contributed,  with  others,  to 
promote  tho  interests  of  (jood  congregational 
music. 

It  is  now  my  pleasant  task  to  acknowledge 
tho  kindness  nnd  courtesy  received  from 
my  clerical  Irethren  and  musical  friends. 

To  the  Rev.  Dr.  Dykes,  the  R-^v.  John 
Henry  Hopkins,  Sir  George  J.  Elvey,  Six 
John  Goss,  Mr.  E.  J.  Hopkins,  Mr.  "W.  H. 


Monk,  Mr.  Henry  Smart,  Mr.  11.  lledhead, 
j  Dr.  Cutler,  Dr.  W  illcox,  James  Pt  crce,  Mus. 
liac,  Mr.  S.  13.  Saxlou,  M»-.  George  W. 
;  Warren,  Mr.  S.  P.  ^Varren  and  Mr.  Henry 
I  Wdsou,  I  return  my  sincere  thanks  for  the 
'  proiupt  and  careiul  manutr  in  whicu  they 
,  complied  wiih  my  wish  to  compose  tunes 
lor  special  hymns. 

To  the  Kl^v.  Drs.  Muhlenberg,  Geer  and 
Hodges,  Dr.  Lowell  Ma^:on,  ^li-.  J.  W.  A. 
Cluett,Mr.  H.  K. Oliver,  Mr.I.F.Tuckcimau, 
M.  D.,  Mr.  N.  L.  Wiirren  and  Mr.  L.  II.  Weis 
I  am  much  indebted  for  the  pirmis.'-ion  to 
use  tunes,  several  of  which  are  now  published 
for  the  liist  time.  I  would  gratefully  ex- 
press my  fbligaticns  to  the  Eev.  Jr.mes 
Da  vies  and  other  kind  friends,  vsho  have 
added  to  the  materials  from  which  to  make 
a  selection  of  proper  tunes. 

To  Mr.  William  W.  Eourseau,  the  Organist 
of  the  Church  of  the  Holy  Cross,  who  has 
taken  cuch  a  lively  interest  in  my  work,  nnd 
has  not  only  helped  me  by  many  timely 
suggestions  but  relieved  me  of  much  care 
and  drudgery,  with  my  Leaily  thanks  I 
most  ccrdally  refer  a  large  ehare  of  what- 
ever Luccess  may  attend  our  cloteiy  joined 
labours  in  the  choice  and  adaptation  of  tunes. 
I  am  pi  ased'  thus  publicly  to  recognize 
tho  faithful  and  cfiicicnt  ter^-ices  of  W.  H. 
Walter,  Mus.  Doc,  to  v,hem  I  committed, 
with  entire  confidence  in  hia  judgment  and 
skill,  the  mi:sieal  Lupcrvisicn  ol  tie  whole 
work,  which  has  been  mur-h  enricheel  by 
his  own  excellent  compositions. 

And  last  ii  crder,  but  not  h att according 
to  my  appreciation  of  Fympathy  and  work, 
to  Messrs.  F.  J.  Iluntir.gton  r.nd  Ccmpany, 
the  publishers,  I  acknowledge  my  obliga- 
i  tions  for  their  generous  endeavour  to  furnish 
j  every  facility  which  I  needed  to  nccomplish 
an  object,  which  no  less  fondly  than  de- 
j  voutly  is  associated  in  my  heart  with  the 
1  worship  and  glory  of  God. 


Pabsonage  cf  tee  Holt  Ckosa. 
Troy,  New  York,  Jub/  13th,  1M72. 


J.  IRELAND  TUCKEE. 


|:KUjSI  |1c0. 


TABLE    OF    SUBJECTS 


L  THE  CHRLSTIAN  YEAU— 

Advent 

CH&IBTliAS 

End  of  xnE  Yeaj; 
New  Yejui   ... 

ClBCUMCIiJiON 

Epiphany 

Ash  Wednesu.vv  .\ni>  Ll.nt 

Pai.m  Sunday  anu  Passion 

WEIiK 

Good  Fiiida\  . 

E-isTEu  Even 

Eabteb 

asceksion . . . 

WHrreUNTIDE 

TBiNrry  Sunday 

The  Loni)'s  Day 

Embeii  Days    . . 

Rogation  Days 

Otheb  Holy  Days 


anoi. 

1-  16 
10-  27 
28  29 
30-  31 
32-  33 
34-  47 
48-  71 


VI. 


vu. 


n.  THE    COMMUNION 
SAINTS. 


OF 


HI.  THE  CHURCH 


72-  81 

82-  89 

90-  97 

98-112 
113-124] 
125  137; 
138-1461 
147-169 
170-171   ^^"m- 
172-174 
175-182 

183-189 
190-202 


IX. 


THE  SACRA^rENTS— 

The  Loiid's  Scppeb 203-211 

Baftirm 212-218 

OFFICES  OF  THE  CHURCH  - 

Catechism 219-233 

COKFIKMATIOK  .  .  . 

Holy  Mathimony 
VmrrATioN  of  the  Sice. 
BrsxAL  OF  the  Dejld, 
Chubchino  Office 
Fob  Tni»sB  at  Ska 
Ordination  ob  iNHTrrmoN 
of  MiNTSTEBa  270  273  XHI. 


•J34  245 

240-249 

Sick.. 

.  250-257 

:ad 

.  258  263 
264 

XL 

.  aC5-2fi9 

XIL 

HVkty. 

COKSKfBATION  OF  BuHam  274 

Laying  of  a  Cobnui  Stosk  275-276 

CONSIX-KATIO.S    OF  CHCBCHB» 

AND  Chaj>ew 277-282 

MISSIONS   AND   CHARI- 

IfK^  ii><3-300 

SPECIAL  SE-LSCJNS 

Thanksoivino    and     Hab- 

VE8T-U05fE   301-306 

National  FEfcTrvALs 3U7-309 

Nation.vl  Fastk  .10-313 

Family  Wobship  i  14-327 

MoBNiNo ;:_'8  332 

EvENDiG :i33  352 

The  Se\'»n  Houbs 353-  !  59 

THE  HOLY  SCRIPTURES  360-3C8 

REDEMPTION  309-385 

THE  CHRISTIAN  LIFE— 

Repent.\sc  i:           386-389 

Fatth  U>0-i>98 

Pbayei: .l>9-404 

Praise 105^33 

Self-consecbatios  1 3  4  435 

Tbust 136  446 

Hope.  U7  453 

Lk)Ve.  1'4  461 

Jot...  ;ni 

HuiOLiT  1G6 

Peace  .  iC7  468 

CODRAri  1G9  473 

Action  474-479 

THE  JUDGMENT  480-484 

IIE.WEN  1S,V497 

ML«W'ELL.VNEOUS 1.»h_5-20 


THE    HYMNAL. 


I. 

1/ 


I.-TIIE  CIIUISTIAX  YEAR, 
aiibcnt. 
Lo,  He  comes,  with  clouds  descending. 

"  Bfhohl,  He  Cometh  with  clouds,  and  every  eye  shall  see  Ilim." 

FUUiT  TUNK. 


8S.7S.4. 


I  ■  I      . 

1.    Lo,  He  comcR, with  clouds  descending,     Onco  for   favour'd    sin-ners  slain; 

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Thousand  thousand  saints  at  -  tend  -  ing   Swell  the     tri-umph     of    His   train : 


2  Every  eye  shall  now  behold  Him, 

Kobed  in  dreadful  majesty; 
Those  who  set  at  nought  and  sold  Him, 
Pierced,  and  nail'd  B^m  to  the  tree, 

Deeply  wailing, 
Shall  the  true  Messiah  see. 

3  Every  island,  sea,  and  mountain, 

Heaven  and  earth,  shall  flee  away  : 

All  who  hate  Him  must,  confounded, 

Hear  the  trump  proclaim  the  day  ; 

Come  to  judgment, 
Come  to  judgment,  come  away. 


4  Now  redemption,  long  expected, 

See  in  solemn  ix)mp  appear  ; 
All  His  saints,  by  men  rejected. 
Now  shall  meet  Him  in  the  air: 

Hallelujah  ! 
See  the  day  of  God  appear. 

5  Yea,  Amen;  let  all  adore  Thee, 

High  on  Thine  eternal  throne: 
Sa\nour,  take  the  power  and  glory; 

Claim  the  kingdom  for  Thine  own. 
O  come  quickly, 
Hallelujah  !     Come,  Lord,  come.     Amt:n. 


I. 


Lo  !  He  comes,  with  clouds  descending. 

"B<koUi,  lit  cvmetk  wUX  cloud*,  and  evrry  cy€  ikall  $re  Jinn." 
(Skcovd  Tuvb.) 


8S.7S.4. 


1.  Lo,  He  comes, with  clouds  deocend-ing,     Once  for  favour'd     Binnen  slain; 


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Thousand  thousand  sainta  at  -  tend  -  ing  Swell    the    tri-umph  of       Hia  train : 

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Hal  -  lo  -  lu  -  jiih !  Hal  -  le  -  lu  -  jah !  God  ap  -  pears  on  earth  to  reign.  A-M£S. 


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2  Every  eye  shall  now  behold  Him, 

Kobod  in  dreadful  majesty; 
Those  who  set  at  nought  and  sold  Him, 
Pierced,  and  nail'd  Him  to  the  tree, 

Deeply  wailing, 
Shall  the  true  Messiah  see. 

3  Every  iKbmd,  sea,  and  mountain, 

Heaven  and  earth,  shall  flee  away  : 

All  who  hate  Him  must,  confounded. 

Hear  the  trump  proclaim  the  day  ; 

Come  t^)  judgment. 
Come  to  judgment,  come  away. 


4  Now  redemption,  long  expected. 

See  in  solemn  pomp  apj^ear: 
All  liia  saints,  by  mon  rejected. 
Now  shall  meet  Him  in  the  air: 

Hallehijah  ! 
Soe  the  day  of  God  apix'ar. 

5  Yea,  Anion ;  let  all  adore  Thee, 

High  on  Thine  eternal  throne: 
Siwiour,  ti\ke  the  power  and  glory; 

Claim  the  kingdom  for  Thine  own. 
O  come  quickly. 
Hallelujah  !     Come,  Lord,  come.     Amem. 


2. 

A 


The  Lord  will  come :  the  earth  shall  quake. 


lit  conuth  tojiulge  Ute  eartli." 


L.  M. 


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rho  Lord  will  come:  the  eartli  shall  quake,  The  hills  their  fix-ed  seat    for-j;ake; 


from  the  vault  of  night,  The  stars  withdraw  their  feeblo  light  A-men. 


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2  The  Lord  will  come:  but  not  the  same 
As  once  in  lowly  form  He  came, 

A  sileut  Lamb  to  slaughter  led, 

The  bruised,  the  suffering,  and  the  dead. 

3  The  Lord  will  come:  a  dreadful  form, 
With  wreath  of  flame,  and  robe  of  storm, 
On  cherub  wings,  and  wings  of  wind, 
Anointed  Judge  of  human-kind. 


4  Can  this  be  He  who  wont  to  stray 
A  pilgrim  on  the  world's  highway ; 

IJy  power  oppress'd,  and  mock'd  by  pride, 
O  God !  is  this  the  Crucified. 

5  Go,  tyrants,  to  the  rocks  complain; 
Go,  seek  the  mountain's  cleft  in  vain; 
But  faith,  victorious  o'er  the  tomb, 
Shall  sing  for  joy,  The  Lord  is  come. 

Amem. 


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That  day  of  wrath,  that  dreadful  day. 

"  They  ^hall 2)C''ish,  hut  Thou  shall  endure." 

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1.    That  day  of  wrath,  that  dreadful     day.  When  heav'n  and  earth  shall  pass  away, 


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What  pow'r  shall  be  the  sinner's  stay?  How  shall  he  meet  that  dreadful  day?  Ames. 


2  When,  shrivelling  like  a  parched  scroll, 
The  flaming  heavens  together  roll, 
Wlien  louder  yet,  and  yet  more  dread. 
Swells   the  high   trump  that  wakes  the 
dead. 


3  O!  on  that  day,  that  wrathful  day, 
When  man  to  judgment  wakes  from  clay, 
Be  Thou,  O  Christ,  the  sinner's  stay. 
Though  heaven  and  earth  shall  pass  away. 

Am£N. 


aubfut. 


Hosanna  to  the  living  Lord ! 


ItUutxl  it  lie  that  come/A  in  tMe  namr  o/Uk  Lent;  Itutanna  in  Iht  hiykat."  •l-*-    i*l. 

Fiiurr  Tf  WK.  vrith  Cborua. 


To  Christ,  Cre  -  a  -  tor,  Sav-iour,  King,  Let  eartli,  let  Leav'n,  Ho-ean-  ua    King. 

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sau  -  ua,  Lord!  Ho  -  san  -  na 


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2  Howiuua,  Lord  !  Thine  angc-ls  crj-;  -4  But,  chicfest,  in  our  clriinsM  breast, 
Hosanuu,  Lord  !  Thy  saints  roply;  Eternal  bid  Thy  Spirit  rest; 
Above,  beneath  us,  and  around;                   '      And  make  our  secret  soul  to  be 

The  diad  and  living  swell  the  sound;  A  temple  pure,  and  worthy  Thee. 

Hosanna,  Lord  !     Hosanna  in  the  highest  !  Hosanna,  Lord !     Hosanna  in  the  highest ! 

3  O  Saviour,  with  protecting  care,  5  So  in  the  last  and  dreadful  day, 

R  'turn  to  this  Thy  house  of  prayer:  |      ^V^ien  earth  and  heaven  shall  melt  away. 

Assembled  in  Thy  snored  name.  Thy  flock,  redeemed  from  sinful  stain. 

Whore  we  Thy  parting  promise  claim:        !      Shall  swell  the  sound  of  pniise  again. 
Hosanna,  Lord  !    Hosanna  in  the  highest !   Hosanna,  Lord  !    Hobaumi  in  the  highest. 

Amk.v. 

A  ^-  ^'- 

ZL*  Secokd  Tnra.  with  Chorua. 


1.  Ho  -  nn -D*    to  the     liv  •  itig  Lord  !    Ho  •  nan -na    to    the  inc&nuitoWor 


Saviour.Kiug.Lct  earth, let  heaven, Hosanua  Hint'.  Ho-Ran-naIx)ra!IIo-8an-na   in  the   high-c^t!  A-mkk. 


Rejoice,  rejoice,  believers ! 

"Behold  the  Jiriihgroom  comfth." 


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liev  -  ers  !     And     let   your  lights  up 
vauc-ing,     And    dark-er    night  is 

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2  Sec  that  your  lamps  arc  burning, 

Replenish  them  with  oil ; 
Look  now  for  your  Balvation, 

The  end  of  sin  and  toil. 
The  watchers  on  the  mountain 

Proclaim  the  Bridegroom  near, 
Go,  meet  Him  as  He  cometh, 

With  hallelujahs  clear. 


3  0  wise  and  holy  virgins. 

Now  raise  your  voices  higher, 
Till,  in  your  jubilations 

Ye  meet  the  angel  choir. 
The  marriage-feast  is  waiting. 

The  gates  wide  open  stand  ; 
Up,  up,  ye  heirs  of  glory  ! 

The  Bridegroom  is  at  hand. 


4  Our  hope  and  expectation, 

O  Jesu,  now  appear; 
Arise,  Thou  Sun  so  longed  for, 

O'er  this  benighted  sphere  ! 
"With  hearts  and  hands  uplifted. 

We  plead,  O  Lord,  to  see 
The  day  of  earth's  redemption. 

And  ever  be  with  Thee !     Amen. 


atibrut. 


6. 


The  Lord  unto  my  Lord  thus  spake. 

■•  Thr  L.,r't  tiii.l  unto  mjf  Lord,  SU   Thou  an  my  right  hand,  un.'i.'  /  m.i;.'    T\ 


monies  Tkp/ooUtool." 


Six  83. 


1.  TLo  Lortl  un  -  to    luy  Lord  thus  spako :  "Till  I  Thy  foes  Thy  foot-Btool  make. 


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Sub-ject-cd  to    Thy  just  command- Amek, 

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2  "Thee,  in  Thy  power's  triumphant  day. 
The  willin<^  j^eople  shall  obey; 

And,  when  Thy  rising  beams  they  view. 
Shall  all  (redeem'd  from  error's  nif,'ht) 
Ajmear  more  nxiraerous  and  brif^ht 

Thau  crystal  drops  of  morning  dew. " 


^ 


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I  SI/ 

3  The  Lord  hath  Kwoni,  nor  sworn  in  vain, 
I     That,  like  M»  Ichizedek'H,  Thy  reign 
And  priesthood  shall  no  period  see: 
Anointed  Prinoe !  Thou,  bending  low, 
Shalt  drink  where  darkest  torrents  flow. 
Then  ruiso  Thy  head  in  N-ictory  !  Amem. 


Thy  kingdom  come,  O  God, 


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TAy  kxngdtmk  come." 
FinsT  TUXE. 


6s. 


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Thy  reign,  O    Christ,  l»  -  gin  ; 

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The     tyr  -  an  -   uie- 


of 


A-MliN. 


— I — /o-i-J <f>-LI 


^ 


2  Wbero  is  Thy  rule  of  peace, 
.\jicl  purity,  Jind  love  ? 
When  shall  all  hatred  cease, 
As  in  the  realms  above  ? 

8  When  comes  the  promised  time 
That  war  shall  be  no  more, 
Oj^pression,  lust,  and  crime 
Shitll  flee  Thy  face  before  ? 

4  "SVe  pray  Thee,  Lord,  arise. 

And  come  in  Thy  great  might; 
Eevive  our  longing  eyes, 

AVhich  languish  for  Thy  sight. 

5  Men  scorn  Thy  sacred  Name, 

And  wolves  devour  Thy  fold; 
By  many  deeds  of  shame 

^y^}  learn  that  love  grows  cold. 

6  O'er  heathen  l'\nds  afar 

Thick  darkness  broodeth  yet : 
Arise,  O  morning  Star, 
Arise,  and  never  set.    Amex. 


Secokd  Tcne. 


6s. 


I 

1.  Thy    king-dom    come,   O       God,        Thy    reign,  0     Christ,   bo    -     gin  ; 


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Break  with  Thino    i  -   ron 
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rod       The    tyr  -  an  -  nies    of        sin.        A -men. 

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8, 


aubcut. 

Once  more,  O  Lord,  Thy  sign  shall  be. 

"  Talce  ye  keedj  walck  and  pra}/;  /or  ye  kmtw  not  vken.  Uu  timu  it."  ^*   ^'*  *-^' 


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trirt  -with  all     Thy      Fa-thtr's  might.  His     judg-ment  to       dc  -  clare.      A-m:.n. 

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2  The  terrors  of  that  awful  day, 

O  who  can  undcrsUind? 
C>r  who  abide,  when  Thou  in  wrath 

Shall  lift  Thy  holy  hand  ? 
The  earth  shall  quake,  the  Bca  shall  roar, 

The  sun  in  heaven  {,'row  jxilc ; 
But  Thou  has  s-vvom,  and  will  not  change, 

Thv  faithful  shall  not  fail 


Then  grant  us,  Saviour,  so  to  pass 

Our  time  in  trembling  here. 
That  when  upon  the  clouds  ot hearen 

Thy  glory  phall  appear, 
Uplifting  high  our  joyful  hcadn. 

In  triximph  we  may  rise. 
And  enter  with  Thine  angel  train. 

Thy  palace  in  the  skies.     Amek. 


atibcnf. 


Come,  quickly  come,  dread  Judge  of  all 

"  //o  saith,  Surtli/  I  come  quickly:  Amen.     Evfn  to,  comf.  Lord  Jrsus." 

FlIUJT   TtNE. 


Six  8s. 


1.  Come,  quick-ly   come,  dread  Judge  of 
1^  a  -ik ^-^ — . — « — ^ — "^    ■  -^ 


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false  -  hood    die, 

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in       sight    of      Thee  :    Come,  quick-ly       come  :      for 
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when  Thou  art      near.      A  -  mex. 


2  Come,  quickly  come,  great  King  of  all 
Keign  all  around  us,  and  \\-ithin ; 
Let  sin  no  more  our  souls  enthral, 

Let  pain  and  sorrow  die  with  sin: 
Come,  quickly  come:  for  Thou  alone 
Canst  make  Thy  scattered  people  one. 


3  Come,  quickly,  come,  true  Life  of  all; 

The  curse  of  death  is  on  the  ground; 
On  every  home  his  shadows  fall, 

On  every  heart  his  mark  is  found: 
Come,  quickly  come :  for  grief  and  pain 
Can  never  cloud  Thy  glorious  reign, 

4  Come,  quickly  come,  sure  Light  of  all. 

For  gloomy  night  broods  o'er  our  way; 
And  fainting  souls  begin  to  fall 

"With  weary  watching  for  the  day: 
Come, quickly,  come :  lor  round  Thy  throne 
No  eye  is  blind,  no  night  is  knov^Ti.     Amek. 


atituMU. 


Cuinc,  quickly  conic,  dread  Judge  of  all. 


(SixuNU  Ti  >i»: 


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1.  Come,  quickly  come,  dread  Judge  of  all ;     For,  aw-ful  tho'  Thine  Ad  -rent  be, 


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All  shadows  from  the  trath  vill  full,     And  falsehood  die     in    sight  of  Thee- 

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Come,  quickly  come :  for  doubt  and  fear  Like  clouds  dissolve  when  Thou  art  near.  Amen. 


mmmimmmmt^imiwsi. 


It 


2  Come,  quickly  corao,  preatKinp  of  all; 

Rai^  all  lU-ound  us.  and  wnthin; 
L?t  sin  no  more  our  souls  onthml. 

Let  pain  and  sorrow  di»»  with  sin: 
Come,  quickly  come:  for  Thou  alone 
Canst  make  Thy  scattered  people  one. 

3  Come,  quickly,  come,  true  Life  of  all: 

The  curse  of  death   is  on  the  ground; 
On  every  home  his  shadowti  fiUl, 

On  eviry  luart  his  mark  is  louud: 
Come,  quickly  come :  for  grief  and  i)ain 
Can  never  cloud  Thy  glorious  reign. 

4  Come,  nuickly  come,  pure  Light  of  rll. 

For  ehK»my  night  broods  o'er  our  wny; 
And  fainting  souls  l>ogin  to  fall 

With  weary  watching  for  the  day: 
Come.quickly.corae:  for  round  Thy  throne 
No  eye  iu  blind,  no  night  is  known.     Axix. 


lO. 


O  Jcsu,  Thou  art  standing. 

"  Dt-hold,  I  stand  ct  thf  door  and  knock." 


7s.6s.D. 


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His  Name  and    sign    wo      bear  : 

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O  shame,  thrico  shame  up  -  on 


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1 

us,      To  keep  Him  standing  there.      A-mxn. 


2  O  Jesu,  Thon  art  knocking: 

And  lo  !  that  hand  is  scArr'd, 
And  thorns  Thy  brow  encircle, 

And  tears  Thy  face  have  marr'd: 
O  love  that  passeth  knowledge, 

So  patiently  to  wait ! 
O  sin  that  had  no  equal, 

So  fast  to  bar  the  gate  ! 


3  O  Jesu,  Thou  art  pleading 

In  accents  meek  and  low, 
"I  died  for  you.  My  children, 
And  \^-ill  ye  treat  Me  so  ?" 
O  Lord,  with  shame  and  sorrow 

"We  open  now  the  door: 
Dear  Saviour,  enter,  enter, 

And  leave  us  nevermore.     -\^xen. 


The  Lord  hath  spoke,  the  mighty  God. 

XX*  "  Our  (J'td  »hail  cvme,  and  sJmU  mmt  kt<p  tiUnct."  0\X   Hs. 


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2  Our  God  shall  come,  and  keep  no  more 
ilisconstrued  sih-nco  as  before. 

But  MTiisting  flames  Wforc  Him  Bend; 
Around  nhftU  tempest  fiercely  rage, 
AMiilst  He  does  heavcu  and  earth  engage 

Hifl  just  tribunal  to  attend.      Amzm. 


aiibcnt. 


L.  M. 


On  Jordan's  bank  the  Baptist's  cry. 

e  voice  of  one  cryiny  in  the  wildcmets,  Prejtare  y>-  the  way  of  the  Lord,  make 
Hii  paths  itraifjht." 
Fni.sT  Tune. 

i 


1.  On    Jor-dan's  bank  the  Bap  -  list's  crj^      An-noun-ces   that  the  Lord  is    nigh 

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I       I       j       I       I  I  -d<- 

A  -  "wake,  and  hearken,  for    He  brings  Glad  ti-dings  of   the  King  of  kings.  Amex. 


2  Then  cleansed  be  every  breast  from  sin; 
Make  straight  the  way  for  God  within; 
Prepare  we  in  our  hearts  a  home, 
Where  such  a  mighty  Guest  may  come. 

3  For  Thou  art  our  salvation.  Lord, 
Our  retuge  and  our  great  reward; 
"Without  Thy  grace  we  waste  away, 
Like  flowers  that  wither  and  decay. 


4  To  heal  the  sick  stretch  out  Thine  hand, 
And  bid  the  fallen  sinner  stand ; 

Shine  forth,  and  let  Thy  light  restore 
Earth's  own  true  loveliness  once  more. 

5  All  praise,  Eternal  Son,  to  Thee, 
Whose  Advent  doth  Thy  people  free; 
Whom  with  the  Father  we  adore, 
And  Holy  Ghost  for  evermore.     Amen. 


L.  M. 


g: 


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'         I 
1.  On  Jor-dan's  bank  the  Bap-tist's  cry,     An-noun-ces   that  the  Lord  is    nigh ; 


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A- wake,  and  hearken,  for    He  brings  Glad  ti-dings  of  the  King  of  kings.  A-men. 


13 


O  come,  O  come,  Emmanuel 


Tkf  Redtmur  ikaU  come  to  Zivn." 


VoicfM  in  Cniton, 

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Six  8s. 


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roic'-*  in  Harmony. 


Rejoice  I  Rejoice !  Em-man  -  u  -  el    Shall  como  to  Thee,  O  Is    -    ra  -  el 


Ameh. 


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2  O  come,  Thon  Rod  of  Jesse,  free 
Thine  own  from  Satan*s  tjTanny; 

From  depths  of  hell  Thy  i>oople  save, 
And  pive  them  victory  o'or  the  prave. 
liejoicc !  Rejoice  !  Emmanuel 
Shall  come  to  thee,  0  Israel. 

3  O  come.  Thou  Day-sprinp,  come  and  cheer 
Our  spirits  by  Thine  Advent  here; 
Disperse  the  j^loomy  clouds  of  night. 
And  death's  d.irk  shadows  jMit  to  flight 

Rejoice  !  Rejoice  !  Emmanuel 
Shall  como  to  tbec,  O  Israel  ! 


ZJ-r 

4  0  come,  Thou  Key  of  David,  come. 
And  open  wide  our  heavenly  home; 
Make  safe  the  way  that  leads  on  high, 
And  close  tlie  path  to  misery, 

IJejoice  !  Rejoice  !  Emmanuel 
Shall  come  to  theo,  O  Israel  I 

5  O  come,  O  come.  Thou  Lord  of  might; 
Who  to  Thy  tribes,  on  Sinai's  height. 
In  ancient  times  didst  give  the  law, 

In  cloud,  and  mnjesty,  and  awe. 
Rejoice!  Rejoice!  Emmanuel 
Shall  come  to  thee,  O  Israel !  AiczN. 


1 4 


O  Wisdom  !  spreading  mightily. 


The  Desire  of  all  nalums  shall  come. 


Six  8s. 


Dec.  IC— 0  Sapientia. 


p^#^s^ip^^^p 


I 
1.  0    Wis-dom !  fiprcttding  migbt-i  -  ly     From  out  tho  mouth  of  God  most  high, 


p^^^^ii^^Hii^ 


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All     na  -  turo  sweet-ly      or  -   dcr-ing,    "With-in      thy  paths  thy     chil-dren  bring. 
I  ___-«._)■ 


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Draw  near,  O  Christ,  with  i:s   to  dwell,   lu     mer-cy  save  Thine  Is  -  ra  -  el 


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Amen. 


Z)e<?.  17.— 0  Adomi    ■ 
Rnler  of  Israel,  Lord  of  might, 
Who  gavest  the  law  from  Sinai's  height; 
Once  in  the  fiery  bush  revealed, 
With  outstretched  arm  Thy  chosen  shield; 

Draw  near,  O  Christ,  with  us  to  dwell, 

In  mercy  save  Thine  Israel. 

Dec.  18.     0  Radix  Jesse. 
O  Eoot  of  Jesse  !    Ensign  Thou  ! 
To  Whom  all  Gentile  kings  shall  bow, 
From  depths  of  hell  Thy  people  save, 
And  give  them  victory  o'er  the  grave. 

Draw  near,  O  Christ  with  us  to  dwell, 

In  raercy  save  Thine  Israel. 

Dec .  19.  0  Oavis  David 
0  Israel's  Sceptre !  David's  Key! 
Come  Thou,  and  set  death's  captives  free, 
Unlock  the  gate  that  bars  their  road. 
And  lead  them  to  the  throne  of  God. 

Draw  near,  O  Christ,  with  us  to  dwell, 

In  mercv  save  Thiue  Israel. 


Dec.  20.— 0  Oriais. 
0  Day-Spring  and  Eternal  Light ! 
Pierce  through  the  gloom  of  error's  night, 
Predestined  Sun  cf  Kighteousness  ! 
Haste  with  Thy  rising  beams  to  bless. 

Draw  near,  0  Christ,  with  us  to  dwell, 

In  mercy  save  Thine  Israel. 

Dec.  22.— 0  Eex  Gcnfium. 
O  King  !  Desire  of  nations  !  come. 
Lead  sons  of  earth  to  heaven's  high  home; 
Thou  Chief  and  precious  Comer-stone, 
Binding  the  sever'd  into  one. 

Draw  near,  O   Christ,  with  us  to  dwell, 

In  mercy  save  Thiue  Israel. 

Dec.  23.-0  Emmanuel. 

O  Lawgiver  !  Emmanuel  !  King  ! 

Thy  praises  we  would  ever  sing;    • 

The  Gentiles'  hope,  the  Saviour  blest. 

Take  us  to  Thme  eternal  rest. 

Draw  near,  O  Christ,  with  us  to  dwell. 
In  mercy  save  Thine  Israel.     Amen. 


HtJbrnt. 


I  lark !  the  glad  sound  !  the  Saviour  comes. 

X     S  •      ••  //«  katk  ttnt  Me  to  bind  up  tkt  kfkm^koarUd,  topr«claim  liberty  to  tkt  caplitet."         C   M. 

t/i^ J ! I . J  n        ■     .        ,     .-^1         !  ' !    -   -'- 


1 .  Hark !  the  glad  eoond !  the  Say-ioar  comcB,  The    SaT  -  iour  prom-iiied   lona : 

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Lpt    ev  -  cry  heart  pro-paro  a    thioae, 


And  ev  -  cry  voice  a     song. 


A-Mi-N. 


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2  On  Ilim  the  Spirit,  largely  pour'd. 

Exerts  His  aacrt^d  fire; 
"Wiiwlom  find  ruij^'ht,  and  zeal  and  love, 

His  holy  breast  inspire. 
3.  He  comes  the  jirisoners  to  release 

In  SaLiin's  bou(Lige  held; 
The  gates  of  LruBs  before  Him  burst. 

The  iron  fetters  yield. 
4  He  comes  from  thickest  films  of  vice 

To  clear  the  mental  ray, 


I     .  -r—i — r    -- 

And  on  the  eves  onprees'd  ^ith  night 

To  i>our  celestial  day. 
He  comes  the  broken  heart  to  bind, 

Tbe  bleeding  soul  to  cure: 
And  with  the  treasures  of  His  grace 

To  enrich  the  humble  poor. 
Our  glad  Hosannas,  Prince  of  Peace, 

Thy  welcome  shall  jiroclaim; 
And  heaven's  eternal  arches  ring 

V/ith  Thy  beloved  Xame.    Amei(. 


1 6. 


Ilail !  Thou  long-expected  Jesus. 

"  TTit  Desire  of  all  nations  thall  come." 


8s.7S. 


■X 1 —  t      r — ^-^M= 


Thou  long-  ex  -  pect-  ed     Je  -  sus, 


r 

Bom    to    set    Thy     pec  -  pie 


s* — ^ — :^ — s^-^c^ — » — cr 
Froni  our  fears  and  Bins    re -lease  us;     Let    us    find  our    rest    in  Thee.  Axbi. 

, , ^  "^^^ 

Bom  to  reign  in  us  for  ever, 
Now  Thy  gracious  kingdom  bring. 


2  Israol's  strength  and  consolation, 

4^ope  of  all  the  earth  Thou  art; 
Long  d">irod  of  everj-  nation, 
Joy  of  every  waiting  heart. 

3  Bom  Thy  neopK.  to  d«livcr. 

Bora  a  child,  yet  God  our  King, 


1  By  Thine  own  eternal  Spirit, 
Rule  in  all  or-  '    —      Inie: 
By  Thine  all-sv.  rit, 

'Uaise  us  to  T  J  . ;  throne,  Amem. 


Hark!  the  herald-angels  sing. 

"  Glory  to  God  in  the  highest,  and  on  eartli  pcact,  yood-wiU  toward  men. 
FfRKT  Tunc. 


7s. 


Z? ^ ST.— l-'-S* ;-s=^- 


-JSl 


1.  Hark  !  tho   her  -  aid  -  an  -  gels    sing 

I  ^5L      JS2. 


ag^^ 


Glo  -  rj'      to     tlie    new-born  King  ; 


Peace  on  earth    and  mer 


mild 


-^^- 


God  and    sin  -  ners    rec  -  on  -  cilcd  I 
j2.  -^  •        1 


With  th'an-gel  -  ic       host    pro  -  claim     Christ  is    born    in     Beth  -  le  -  hem 


:^   -^   :Si      :Si    ^ 


Pi; 


^       TZZ—Si- 


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^— 


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r^---^- 


'mmm 


W^f^=m- 


y 


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Hark  1  the  hor 

:^   :^   ^ 


[i^ 


aid    an  -  gels  sing 


Glo  -  ry 


^- 


to    the  new-born  King.  A- MEN. 


^  0.-ginPea»l.  1 

2  Christ,  by  highest  heaven  adored; 

Christ,  tho  Everlasting  Lord; 

Late  in  time  behold  Him  como, 

Offspring  of  tho  Virgin's  womb: 

Veiled  in  flesh  the  Godhead  see; 

Hail  the  Incarnate  Deity, 

Pleased  as  Man  with  men  to  dwell: 

Jesus,  our  Emmanuel. 

Hiirk !  the  herald-angels  sing 
Glory  to  the  ucw-boru  King. 


3  Risen  with  healing  in  His  wings, 
Light  and  hfe  to  nJl  He  brings. 
Hail,  the  Sun  of  Eighteousness; 
Hail,  the  heaven-born  Prince  of  Peace  I 
Holy  Father,  Holy  Son, 
Holy  Spirit,  Tlirec  in  One ! 
Glory,  as  of  old,  to  Thee, 
Now  and  evcrmoro  shnll  be  '. 

Hark  !  the  herald-augf  Is  sing 
Glory  to  the  new-born  King.     A^tex. 


17. 


Hark  !  the  herald-angels  sing. 

' '  (Hvry  to  God  in  tht  highest ,  and  tm  earth  peacf,  good-wiU  toioard  mem. 
BMcam  TrvB. 


7>- 


-J. 


g=^ 


^^ 


1.  IIark!tho     her  -  aid  an  -  gtlu     sing      Glo  -  ry       U)      the  ucw-bom  King; 


.fe 


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m\ 


^mpziik^^^mTy-^ 


Peaco  on  earth,  and  mer-cy     mild,    God  and   sin  -  nera  re  -  con  -  ciled  !    A 


•  ^^  .a. 


te^_,^^^!!^j5=,. 


■^—0-^ 


^^mmt^mmmEsmmmmsi\ 


2  Joyful,  all  ye  nations,  riKO, 
Join  the  triumph  of  the  skies; 
AVith  the  an^^t-lii;  host  proclaim, 
Christ  is  boru  in  Bethlehem  ! 

3  Christ,  l»y  highest  heaven  adored; 
Christ,  the  everlastinp:  Lord; 
Lata  in  time  behold  Him  come, 
Offspring  of  the  Virgin's  womb: 


4  Veil'd  in  flesh  the  Godhead  seo; 
Hail  the  Incamato  Deity, 
Pleased  as  ^lan  with  men  to  dwell : 
Jrsus,  our  Emmuuucl ! 

5  Kisen  with  healing  in  His  wings. 
Light  and  life  to  all  He  brings. 
Hail,  the  Sun  of  KightcoTisncss  ! 
Hail,  the  heaven-born  Prince  of  Peace! 

Amen. 


i8. 


While  shepherds  watch'd  their  flocks  by  nfght. 


['nto  yjii  is  hum  this  day  a  Saviour,  Which  is  Clirist  1)f  l.^irti." 
FlBST  TC>TE. 


C.  M.  D. 


^^i 


^^S 


t:^ 


-^- 


Li^i^fcte 


<2?  — 2^t..g^L  S Sr 


1.  ANTiile  shepherds  watch'd  their^ocks  by  night.  All    scat  -  ed      on     the    groand« 

^  ,  •;g'  .  (g — ,0 — « — ^  .  g  g~ 


S^e^Eteg^^ 


fe 


fs  g  g 


IM 


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:^ 


i^ 


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5t 


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« 


The      an  -  gel     of     tho   Lord  come  down,  And    glo  -  ry    ahono  a    -  round. 


^ 


JSL. 


XL   32: 


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JSL     .a-     ^^ 


m 


n=^^ 


r^=r 


©ijtistmas, 


4 


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-a^ 


^^ 


iffi: 


ife^E 


12?: 


^: 


'Fear    not,"  said  he,     for     migbt-y    dread     Uad  seized  their  troii-Ued     miud ; 
■^      •'g-     7»-     -g-     -^J      -      -^"•' 


§^1 


dings  of  great  joy     I    bring,  To     you  and  all    man-kind. 


^1^ 


^ 


^ 


■^ 


§ 


I^ 


rig- 


#H«= 


^       '     ■      i  'II' 

"To  you,  in  David's  town,  this  day 

Is  born  of  David's  line,  ^ 

The  Saviour,  "NMio  is  Christ  the  Lord; 

And  this  shall  be  the  sign. 
"The  heavenly  Babe  you  there  shall  find, 

To  human  view  display'd, 
All  meanly  wrapt  in  swathing  bands, 

And  in  a  manger  laid-" 


n 


F=F 


3  Thus  spake  the  seraph;  and  forthwith 
Appeared  a  shining  throng 
Of  angels,  praisinf»  God,  and  thus 
Address'd  their  joj'ful  song: 
' '  All  glory  be  to  God  on  high, 
And  to  the  earth  be  peace; 
God-will  henceforth  from  heaven  to  m 
Begin,  tind  never  cease. "    A>rF.N. 


Second  Tttst!. 


C.  M. 


"NMiile  shepherds  watch' d  their  flocks  by  night.  All   seat  -  cd 


:E 


E^g^S? 


IS?: 


^ip^ 


on      the   ground, 


— ^ — <? 


1=3 


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I  1 


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^ — ^=g-L^  "^      g=iL-z;^_l:gzz:a — ^-._,1 — _t 


s^ 


The  an  -  gel 

:S:  :Si  .a. 


of 


the  Lord  came  down.  And  glo  -  ry 


shone  a  -  round.    A-men. 


:* 


m 


m 


-<? — ^ 


•lis: 


fc: 


-fi?- 


C3: 


1^1 


2  "Fearnot"  said  he,  for  mighty  dread 

Had  seized  their  troubled  mind: 
"Glad  tidings  of  great  joy  I  bring 
To  you  and  all  mankind. 

3  "To  you,  in  David's  town,  this  day 

Is  bom  of  David's  line, 
The  Saviour,  ^Mio  is  Christ  the  Lord; 
And  this  shall  be  the  sign. 

4  '  "The  heavenly  Babe  you  there  shall  find, 

To  human  view  display'd 


All  meanly  wrapt  in  swathing  bands, 

And  in  a  manger  laid." 
Thus  spake  the  seraph;  and  forthwith 

Appear' d  a  shining  throng 
Of  angels,  praising  God,  and  thus 

Address'd  their  joyfiil  song: 
'  'All  glory  be  to  God  on  high. 

And  to  the  earth  be  peace; 
Good-will  henceforth  from  heaven  to  men 

Begin,  and  never  cease. "     Amen. 


19 


O  come,  all  ye  faithful. 

"  Jyd  ui  now  ffo  eeen  unto  lieikUkem." 


P.  M. 


r'-  :  ii^ 


i 


3=t 


y  V  *  F  -^ 


^ 


^^ 


^^- 


ifc^ 


1.  O  come,  all    yo    faith -ful,  Joy-ful  and  iri-umpb-ant 

2.  God        of Ood Li«ht  of Li«bt,.... 


"^^3 


5C 


^1 


O  oomo   ye,    O 
LoIJccJ        J 


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Org.Ptd, 


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i^ 


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como   yo    to     Beth  -  le  -  hem  ;  Come  nnd  be  -  hold  EQm  Bom,  the  King  of 


JSL 


-O- 


3?: 


* 


E^: 


rTT 


to 


i 


3 


au  -  gels  :  0  come,  let    us      a  -  doro  Him,  O  come,  let  us     a  -  doro  Him,  O 


ii 


I     Org.  ltd. 


M. 


i 


doro 


-<^y^- 


-6h- 


•-  -^         -•■  *" 

come,  Ipt      us 


^=f^- 


m 


Him,    Christ     the 


E 


^ 


■|»- 


Lord. 


s 


r-f 


1 — r 


2  God  of  God, 

Li^bt  of  Light, 
Lo  !  IIo  nbbory  not  the  Virgin's  womb; 

Very  God, 

Begotten,  not  created : 

O  como  let  us  adore  Him,  Ac 


3  Sing,  choirs  of  angels, 

Sing  in  cxnltation, 
Sin(?.  all  ye  citizens  of  heaven  above, 

Glor>'  to  God 

In  the  highest; 
0  come,  let  us  adore  Him,  Jtc 


4  Yea,  Lord,  wo  greet  Tlioe, 

Born  tbis  happy  morning; 
Jcni,  to  Thee  bo  glory  given; 

Word  of  the  Father, 

Now  in  fleKh  appoairint;; 

O  come,  let  us  jwlore  Him, 

O  come,  let  lis  adore  Him. 
O  como,  let  us  adore  Him.  Christ  the  LonL     Amsii. 


Hark  1  what  mean  those  holy  voices. 

Ju\_J  m    "  And  suddenly  (here  was  xfilh  the  avgel  a  multitiule  of  the  heavenly  host,  praixing  God."        t'S.  JS. 


FiiiHT  Tune. 
1  I         » 


y     ,1    u  f  ?  I         I  I  1  I         »  ,  , 


1.  Hark  !  what  mean  those  ho  -ly     voic-os,    Sweet- ly  sounding  thro'  the  skies? 


^OJ^ 


Lo,  th'an-gel  -  ic    host  re  -  joic  -  es,  Heavenly  hal  -  le  -  lu  -  jah's  ris*; 


A- MEN. 


T-  V = IV — r~ 


r^ 

1 

u^ 

liyr 

1 

1  ^ 

1 

^  1 

J 

2  Listen   to  the  wondrous  story, 

Which  they  chant  in  hymns  of  joy — 
"Glory  in  tha  highest,  glory  ! 
Glory  be  to  G^d  most  high  ! 

3  "Peace  on  earth,  good-will  from  heaven, 

Reaching  far  as  man  is  found ; 
Souls  redeemed  and  sins  forgiven, 
Loud  our  golden  harps  shall  sound. 


4  "Christ  is  born;  the  gi'cat  Anointed  ! 

Heaven  and  earth  His  praises  sing! 
O  receive  whom  God  appointed 

For  your  Prophet,  Priest,  and  King  ! 

5  Hasten,  mortals,  to  adore  Him; 

Learn  His  Name  to  magnify. 
Till  in  heaven  ye  sing  before  Him, 
Glory  be  to  God  most  high  !"     Amen. 


20. 


Second  Tune. 


Js/s. 


is^ 


1  ( 


3E^ 


^m 


1.  Hark!  what  mean  those  ho- ly     voic-es,     Sweet- ly  sounding    thro' the   skies? 

I  -¥9-        -^9-'     -^     -i9-      -i9-      -i^- 


^=t-v-i=-' 


Lo,  th'angcl  -  ic    host  re- joic -es.     Heavenly  hal  -  lo  -   lu  -  jabs   rise.      A-men. 


:s?zi=azi^ 


:^g-'-»    '^i 


J^^=z2r=sL 


i^-izS': 


--€7i 


3?zr 


Christians,  awake,  salute  the  happy  morn. 

^   JL   #  "  JiJudd  I  brinff  yott  glad  tuitngs  of  grral  ju^i."  blX    10$. 


1    C'hrii>tuui«^-wako,  an  -  luU)  tlio  bappv  luorn,  Whereon  the  Suviour  of  maakind  m  u«  born ; 


'^^^^mm^m^^^^^^m^ 


i-i-t 


ii^^^^plil 


Ktso  to      a  -  doro  tbo  luyB  •  tc  •  ry  of  love,  AVliich  bosta  of  angels  chauted  from  a    bove  ; 


I    I   I 


With  them  the  joy  Ail   tidingH  linst  beguu       Of  God  In  camate  and  ibe  Virjnu'B  \ 


Sou.  Am  EN. 


m^^^^Mm^mu 


EfEfr^fcf^! 


2  Then  to  tho  watchful  Hhei^hcrds  it  vras  told. 
Who  heard  tho  aiif^'clic  hcruld's  voice:  "Behold, 
I  bring  good  tidiuga  of  a  Siiviour's  birth 

To  you  and  all  the  nations  unon  earth: 

This  day  hath  God  fultill'd  His  j)romiKed  word, 

This  day  is  bom  a  Saviour,  Christ  the  Lord." 

3  He  spate;  and  straightway  the  celestial  choir 
In  hymns  of  joy,  unknown  before,  conspire: 
The  praises  of  redeeming  love  they  siing. 
And  heaven's  whole  arch  with  alleluias  rang: 
God's  highest  glory  was  their  anthem  still. 
Peace  upon  earth,  and  unto  meu  good-will. 

4  To  Bethlehem  straight  tho  happy  shepherds  ran. 
To  see  the  Wonder  God  Lad  wrought  for  man: 
And  found  ^ith  JoRej)h  a^id  the  blcw^t'd  maid, 
Her  Son,  the  Siiviour,  in  a  manger  laid; 
Amazed,  the  wondrt)us  st«try  they  proclaim, 
llic  earliest  heralds  of  the  Saviour's  Name. 

5  Let  us,  like  thef>o  goo<l  Bhepherds,  then  employ 
Our  grateful  voices  to  ]iroclaim  the  joy; 

Trace  we  the  Babe,  who  hiilh  retrieved  our  loss. 
From  His  poor  manger  to  His  bitter  Cross; 
Treading  His  stops,  assisted  by  His  grace, 
Till  man's  first  heavenly  state  again  tiikcs  place. 

C  Then  may  we  hope,  the  angeli*'  thrones  among, 
To  sing,  redci'med,  a  glad  triumphal  song; 
He,  that  wits  b<  rn  upon  this  joyful  day, 
Around  us  nil  His  glory  shall  disjilay; 
Saved  Itv  His  love,  incessant  we  hliall  sing 
Of  angola  and  of  angd-mcu  the  King.     .^Vxen. 


22, 


It  came  upon  the  midnight  clear. 

Behold  a  ladder  set  upon  the  earth,  and  the  tup  of  it  reached  to  heaven;  and  heliold    /-i    ii  r    tn 
the  anijeU  of  Gtxl  ascending  and  descending  on  it."  ^.  iM  .  iJ. 


1.    It     ctimo  up  -  on     the    mid-niglit  clear,  That    glo-rious  song   of       old, 


Peace    on     the  earth,  good-will     to  men,  From  heaven's  all-gracious    King  ; 


-4 


m 


The  world 

— rS? 


sol  -  emn  still-ness  lay 

-1 1 i — 


'32: 


hear  the  an -gels 


K \        I \ — I ^ 

2  Still  through  the  cloven  skies  they  come, 
"NVith  peaceful  wings  unfurl'd; 
And  still  their  heavenly  music  floats 

O'er  all  the  weary  world: 
Above  its  sad  and  lowly  plains 
They  bend  on  hovering  wing, 
And  ever  o'er  its  Babel  sounds 
The  blessed  angels  sing. 

4  For  lo,  the  days  are  hastening  on, 
By  prophets  seen  of  old, 
"When  vfith  the  ever-circhng  years 

Shall  come  the  time  foretold. 
When  the  new  heaven  and  earth  shall  own 

The  Prince  of  Peace  their  King, 
And  the  whole  world  send  back  the  song 
"WTiich  now  the  angels  sing.     AMry. 


smj 
a. 


A -MEN. 


iMn^a 


3  O  ye  beneath  life's  crushing  load, 

"VNTiose  forms  are  bending  low. 
Who  toil  along  the  climbing  way 

With  painfiil  steps  and  slow  ! 
Look  now,  for  glad  and  golden  hours 

Come  swiftly  on  the  ^s-ing: 
O  rest  beside  the  weary  road. 

And  hear  the  angels  sing. 


(Cijrbtmais. 


Shout  the  glad  tidings,  cxultingly  sing. 

p.  M 
+ 


23 

y^.         (  IIOBUB. 


lUhold,  I  bring  yuu  ijoud  tiding*  of  grtal  joy." 
Tvmn  TvvE. 

^ :^. — ^1-^— 


:i--^ 


1. 

m 


Blioat  the  gUul      ti  -  dings,  ex  -  ult  -  ing  -  I7      Bing  ; 


^^ 


j=^£i^  r  if  .^^ 


Je  •  ra 


T-r-r 


Icm 


I 


i 


D), 


r^ 


s 


:»?: 


^ 


I 1 J 

tri  -  utnpbs,  liles  -  ei  -    ah      is     Kiag 


m^^^ 


1.  Si 


■■^-- 


fe 


dp 


on    the      msr  -  tcI  -  lonii 


^^ 


•ST 


R^^^^^^^jriife^ 


iH 


sto  -  ry    Da 


bs      tell  -  inw,      The    Son     of    the    High-est,  how   low  -  ly    His 


t=-^ 


^ii^g^ 


-«: 


'^^m^mhi 


•^         -0-         -0-  ^  *~ 

birth!     The   bright -est   arch-  an  -  gel     in      glo  -  ry     ex  -  cell  -  ing, 


^.=^^=1=^ 


«»- 


:e 


P 


Rqpeat  Chorus  <u  br/ort.  | 


sas 


^^p=^^g^pgl 


He      stoops    to      ro  -  deem   thee,   Ho  reigns    up  -  on     earth: 


pB'iii^ 


«=F^ 


122: 


A-ICZK. 


m^ 


2  Tell  now  Ho  conieth ;  from  mition  to  na- '  3  Mortals,  your  homage  be  gratefully  bring- 


tion, 
The  heart-cheering  news  let  the  earth 
echo  round : 


How  free  to  the  faithful  He  offers  salva- 
tion. 
How  His  people  with  joy  oYerlasting  ore  ' 
crown'u: 

Rhout  the  glad  tiding?,  exulUoffly  sing; ! 
Jerasalcni  IrinraphH,  Messiah  is  King  ! 


»"g, 
And   sweet  let  the  gladsome  Hosanim 
arise; 
Ye  nngols  the  full  Hallelujah  be  singing; 
One  chorus  resound  through  the  earth 
and  the  skicn: 

Cfiontx. 
Shout  the  pLid  liilings,  <xulnn-iy  sing; 
Jcrusahm  triuiuphs,  McstJcih  is  King ! 

Amen. 


2^. 


Cljristmas. 


Second  Tu?<k. 


P.   M. 


^H^isil^iiS 


h    I       I 


:*=^«=it=it 


I 


1.  Shout  the  glad  ti  -  dings,  ex  -  ult-ing  -  ly     sing, 


Jo  -  ru-sa-lemtriamphs,  Mes- 


Et^=Eif 


si  -  fth     is   King!  1.  Si  -   on   the  mar-vd-lous   sto  -  ry    be    tell-ing,    The 

.A-  ■^  .^L.  ^~-        *  .A-     *  .A-  -A-  -M-  ■»  .^L.  ■»        *  ■—  ■» 


»H^^^ 


-•-• — »— •- 


±!zi 


f=--p=f 


1      I      I  _ — v—\ 


E:^^;=^:^^ 


'4 — w- 


llt 


~» — <: 


:g. 


^if=^ 


Son   of    the  High-est,  how  low  -  ly    His  birth!  The  brightest  arch-an -gtl    in 


-0 P- •- 


i i i i 1 r 


=P — •- 


^^^^^ 


Repeat  1st  Chorus. 


'r=^^^^- 


■*-T— »— , 


{;• 


—w—0 — i-»  "*— ^-bgr; 


-^ — i^- 


li^ 


t   — 1 


glo  -  ry     ex  -  cell  -  ing,  He  stoops  to  re-deem  thee,  He  reigns  np  -  on    earth 


->^'-f9- 


^^ 


#-- 


L: p_L|___ 1 


1        Chorus  after  the  last  verse. 

»^^ 1 5s^1 1 


9=^ 


r-S      S      0 


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^^Ifilt^ 


_N_J_ 


:t=X 


lf-~4     g r 


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Shout  the  glad  ti-dings,  ex  -  ult-ing  -  ly    sing  ; . . . .    Je  -  ni  -  sa-lem  triumphs,  Mes- 
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II  it         I 

si  -  ah     is    King,  Mes-si  -  ah     is    King,  Mes-si  -  ah     is    King.      A  -  men. 
•«-•«•>*.      -^o.       .^      JL      jtL      .M-      -40-       .0.      .fL      M.      .0.  .^L*    .,9. 


Angels  from  the  realms  of  glory 


••  We  are  come  to  worshij*  Him 


8«.7i.4. 


An  -  gelH  from  the  realms  of    glo  -  r}%    Wing  your  flight  o'er   ull    the   eortli ; 


K^     I 1 ' p- t^-^=l^l ill  I  ;  I-'     'l  I*        ==» 


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Yo    who  Bang  cro    -    a  -  tion's  sto  -  r\\     Now  pro-claim  Mes  -  ei  -  ah's  birth  I 


^f=^EF 


Come  and  worship,  Como  and  worship,  Worship  Christ,  the  new-bom  King.  A 
•,\,m      ^     -19-     -ei-  _^^  ^     A    42.    n*. 


cngzhig-^g-g: 


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s: 


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-^: 


1 

2  Shepherds  in  the  field  abiding, 

Watching  o'er  your  flocks  by  night; 
God  with  man  is  now  residing, 
Yonder  shines  the  infauUlight: 

Come  and  wonibip, 
Worship  Christ,  the  new-bom  King. 

3  Sages,  leave  your  contemplations; 

Brighter  visions  beam  afar: 

Seek  the  great  Desire  of  nations, 

Ye  have  seen  His  natjil  star: 

Como  and  worship, 
Worship  Christ,  the  new-bom  Eling. 

4  Saints  before  the  altar  bending, 

Watching  long  in  hope  and  fear, 
Suddenly  the  Lord,  doscending, 
In  His  temple  shall  ap]>car: 

C-ome  and  worship, 
Worship  Christ,  the  new-born  King.     Kxks. 


^=2z: 


CijrigtmagJ. 


25 


K^ 


■0 — 


Come  hither,  ye  faithful. 

"  L<t  tu  tiow  go  evtn  unto  lictMehem." 

.-Hi 


P.   M. 


^ft 


\   -■  -^  \    \    \  I      -   I-.  . 

1.  Come  liith  -  er,    ye    faith -ful,  Tri-nmph-ant-ly    sing!   Come,  see     in  the 


man  -  ger  The    an  -  gels'  dread  King  !    To    Beth  -  le  -  hem   bast  -  en,  "With 


a^gggi 


'-jS,--.- 


;e 


P 


:fe± 


J — ^ 


tt 


joy  ■ 


-^ — r 


lj=l^i= 


joy  -  fill     ac  -  cord.  Oh    come   ye,  come  hith  -  er,    Oh    come    ye,  come 


=^ 


^^j 


-js:. 


E;^i 


il 


— o-.^^ 

hith  -  er,      Oh    come    ye,  come  hith  -  er     To    Tvor  -  ship  the  Lord  !     A-mzn. 


>M- 


2  Trne  Son  of  the  Father, 
He  comes  from  the  skies; 
To  be  born  of  a  Virgin 
He  doth  not  despise. 

To  Bethlehem  hasten,  «5:c. 


3  Hark,  hark,  to  the  angels  ! 

All  singing  in  heaven, 
"To  God  in  the  highest 

All  glory  be  given  ! " 

To  Bethlehem  hasten,  &c 


4  To  Thee,  then,  O  Jesn, 

This  day  of  Thy  birth, 
Be  glory  and  honour 

Through  heaven  and  earth; 
True  Godliead  iucAmatel 

Omnipotent  Word ! 
O  come,  let  us  hasten 

To  worship  the  Lord  !    Amek. 


26. 


Calm  on  the  listcninj^  car  of  night. 

"  The  Word  was  madejlesh  and  dttxU  among  tu." 


C.  M. 


7^  I        I 

1.  Calm  on     tlie    listen-ing    ear       of     night  Como  heaven's  me  lo  -  dious  straiiis, 


^sg^^^^^l 


p^p^t^ 


a  Btretches     fur 


'^ 


He  r  sil 


U^ 


i9-,--i^-,--a^ 


i 


vcr-  man-tied 


jlaius.  A  -  MEN. 


Celestial  choirs  from  courts  above 

Shed  sacred  glories  there ; 
And  angels,  with  their  sparkling  Ijtcs, 

Make  music  on  the  air. 

The  answering  hills  of  Palestine 

Send  back  the  glad  reply; 
And  greet,  from  all  their  holy  heights, 

The  Day-Spring  from  on  high. 


4  O'er  the  blue  depths  of  Galileo 

There  comes  a  holier  calm, 
And  Sharon  waves,  in  solemn  praise. 
Her  fcilent  groves  of  palm. 

5  "Glory  to  God  ! "  the  sounding  skies 

Loud  with  their  anthems  ring, 

"Peace  to  the  earth,  good- will  to  men. 

From  heaven's  eternal  King  ! " 


6  Light  on  thy  hills,  Jerusalem  ! 
The  Saviour  now  is  born  ! 
And  bright  on  Bethlehem's  joyous  plains 
Breaks  the  first  Christmas  morn.  Aiies. 


27 

1^ 


I 


To  hail  Thy  rising,  Sun  of  life. 

"  For  unto  ui  a  Child  it  bom,  unto  tu  a  Son  it  firm." 
Fiiurr  TrxK. 


3^ 


d=re 


^ 


C.  M. 


EH 


5^^^^g^^3^*if^ 


:^=^l     rj     OL 


1.  To    hail  Thy    ris  -  ing.  Sun     of       life,    The  gathering    na  -  tions  come 

^ ^n — g-J%p    ■  /g 


i 


«=i 


€l}ristmas. 


^_a_^ ^ C^ j 1 C/. 1 L(^ O. ^ C^ — 1-^(5'  I  -L^ —  (^-^ 


Joy  -  ous    as  when  the  reap-ors  bear  Their  bar- vest  treas-urcs  home.     A  -  men. 


2  For  Thou  our  burden  hast  removed; 

The  oppressor's  reign  is  broke ; 
Thy  fiery  conflict  \vith  the  foo 
Has  burst  his  cruel  yoke. 

3  To  us  the  promised  Child  is  born; 

To  us  the  Son  is  given ; 
Him  shall  the  tribes  of  earth  obej", 
And  all  the  hosts  of  heaven. 

3  His  Name  shall  be  the  Frincc  of  Peace, 
For  evermore  adored  ; 
The  "Wonderful,  the  Counsellor, 
The  mighty  God  and  Lord. 

6  His  power  increasing  still  shall  spread, 
His  reign  no  end  shall  know; 
Justice  shall  guard  His  throne  above. 
And  peace  abound  below.     Aiien. 


d 


Secom)  Tune. 


I J-r 


C.  M. 


I        I  -3-3-  '-^         '^  I        ,  •^  '^     • 


1 .  To    hail   Thy  ris  -  ing,    Sun    of      life,     The  gather-ing    na  -  tions  come  : 


^ 


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Joy -ous    as    when  the    reap-ers  bear  Their  bar -vest  treasures  home.    A-ieen'. 


m 


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gg=Ea 


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i3nTj  of  tijc  5?car. 
A  few  more  years  shall  roll. 


The  time  ii  short. 


S.  ]\I.  D. 


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\ai 


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_1 ii_| 1 -3  . 


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few  more  years  shall    roll 


<5 ^ P^  ^^ 

few    more    sea  -  sons    come. 


we    shall   be   with  those  that  rest 


hloep  with  -  in 


the     tomb : 


^-^d 


9^ 


-5^ 


jb: 


O       my    Lord,   pro 


:'gg^ 


:?z: 


-«^ 


soul 


for 


that  great   day ; 


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:&3 


O    wash  rao    in  Thy  precious  Blood 

-» — I- 1 1 1 3-7— r-*5'- 


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And  take  my  sins     a  -  way.      A -men. 

•^2.     -^    .^ 


:^z=te 


^ 


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1 — r 


I     I 


2  A  few  moro  pnns  plmll  Fct 
O'er  those  dark  hills  of  time, 

And  we  shnll  be  where  suns  are  not, 
A  far  serener  cUme: 
Then,  O  my  Lord,  prepare 
My  soul  for  that  blest  (L\y ; 

O  wash  me  in  Thy  precious  Blood, 
And  take  my  sins  away. 

3  A  few  more  storms  shall  beat 
Ou  this  wild  rockj'  slioro. 

And  wo  ^ih.•^ll  bo  whore  tempests  cease, 
And  surges  bwcII  no  more: 
Then,  O  my  Lonl,  tireparo 
My  soul  for  that  calm  day; 

O  wasli  mo  in  Thy  precious  Blood, 
Aud  take  my  sius  away. 


4  A  few  moro  Plru^jRles  here, 
A  few  more  partings  o'er, 

A  few  more  toils,  a  few  more  tears, 
And  we  shall  weep  no  more: 
Then,  O  my  Tx>rd.  prepare 
My  soul  for  that  bright  day; 

O  wash  mo  in  Thy  precious  Blood, 
And  take  my  sins  away. 

5  Tis  but  a  little  while 
And  Wf'  shall  come  again, 

"VMio  died  that  wo  might  live,  \Mio  lives 
That  we  with  Him  may  reign: 
Then,  O  my  Ix»rd.  prepare 
My  soul  for  that  glad  day; 

O  wash  me  in  Thy  precious  Blood, 
Aud  take  my  sins  away.     Amzk. 


29 


£nTi  of  tlje  l?car. 
O  God,  our  help  in  ages  past. 

"  Lord,  Thou  hast  been  our  Refuge  from  one  generation  to  another." 


C.  M. 


iigipiiiigi|iiiip_i^|iiiiiiii=ii 

Our  shcl  -  ter  from   the  storm  -  y  blast,     And    our     e  -  ter  -  nal  home :     A-men. 


::rz^-rp=rgr=e=jto: 


^_ J. 


2  Under  the  shadow  of  Thy  throne 

Thy  sftints  have  dwelt  secure  ; 
Sufficient  is  Thine  arm  alone, 
And  our  defence  is  sure. 

3  Before  the  hills  in  order  stood. 

Or  earth  received  her  frame, 

From  everlasting  Thou  art  God, 

To  endless  years  the  same. 

4  A  thousand  ages  in  Thy  sight 

Are  like  an  evening  gone ; 


Short  as  the  watch  that  ends  the  night 
Before  the  rising  sun. 

5  Time,  like  an  ever-rolling  stream. 

Bears  all  its  sons  away; 
They  fly  forgotten,   as  a  dream 
Dies  at  the  opening  day. 

6  O  God,  our  help  in  ages  past, 

Our  hope  for  years  to  come, 
Be  Thou  our  guard  while  life  shall  last. 
And  our  eternal  home.     AiiEx. 


iilciM 


30' 


¥car. 

The  God  of  hfe,  Whose  constant  care. 


Mij  times  are  in  Thy  ha7ul. 


L.  M. 


-J— r-J 


'—^-i- 


1.  The  God  of  life,  Whose  constant  care  With  blessings  crowns  each  opening  year, 

il^iSiiill'iiplfliiiiiiliiilir'^^ 


-J — I- 


iliii^Hiliiiliiiiliiiiiii^iiiii 


My  scan-ty  span  doth  still  pro-long,  And  wakes  a-new_mine  annual  song.  A-men. 

_  -yg.     -g.     :g: _-^-_-^_ 


T  I  ^    ^.     .(2.     rS:     -^-   ^ 


2  Thy  children,  panting  to  be  gone, 
May  bid  the  tide  of  time  roll  on. 
To  land  them  on  that  happy  shore 
Wliere  years  and  death  are  known  no  more. 

3  No  more  fatigue,  no  more  distress, 

Nor  sin,  nor  hell,  shall  reach  that  place ;  i 
No  groans,  to  mingle  with  the  songs 
Eesoundiug  from  immortal  tongues:  [ 


■i  No  more  alarms  from  ghostly  foes ; 
No  cares  to  break  the  long  repose ; 
No  midnight  shade,  no  clouded  snn. 
But  sacred,  high,  eternal  noon. 

5  O  long-expected  year!  begin: 

Dawn  on  this  world  ot  woe  and  sin; 
Fain  would  we  le;ave  this  weaiw  road, 
And  sleep  ind2.vth,to  rest  with  God.  Amxx. 


Ilfto  Year. 
While  with  ceaseless  course  the  sun. 

••  Lord,  Thou  halt  been  our  dwrllimff-place  in  all  gencratUnu." 


2  As  the  winp^(l  arrow  flics 

Speedily  tho  mark  to  find ; 
Ab  the  lighbiinj;  from  tho  fikifs 

Darts,  and  lc:iv(  3  no  tmco  behind; 
Swiftly  thus  our  lloctinj^  dnys 

Bear  us  down  life's  rajwd  tstn-am; 
Upward.  Ivord,  our  Fpiritfi  rni.-c  ; 

All  below  is  but  a  dream. 


3  Thanks  for  mercies  past  receive; 

Pardon  of  our  sins  renew; 
Toath  ns  henceforth  how  to  live 

'With  eternity  in  view: 
r>less  Thy  word  to  younfj  nnd  old; 

Fill  us  with  ft  Saviour'a  love; 
And  when  life's  Fho!-t  t.ilc?  i';  told, 

Miy  v/e  dwell  with  Thcc  above.  Aairy. 


iffimimri?ciion. 


S.  M. 


The  ancient  law  departs. 

he 


And  xvhrn  eifflit  dai/s  urrc  accomplishrd  for  Uie  drcumcising  o/lhc  Child,  His  ycm 
was  vailed  Jesus." 


1.  Tno 


cicnt    law 


parts 


itn 


t(  r  -  rcrg     cc as-c 


ii_u ^ —  ^^ ^ ^ —  ^^^*    — g —    y ^ -___ r  ' — ■ 


For    Jc-sus  makas  Avitli  liiith ml  hearts  A      cov  -  o  -  narit   of   ixacc.     A -men. 


-5^     _  ^  ^  :f^  :*_  :;r  .,2.         .^.  •     (S.^ 


f    .     ,     I 

2  The  Light  of  light  divine, 
True  Brightness  nndefiled, 
He  bears  for  us  the  shame  of  sin, 
A  holy,  spotless  Child. 


3  To-day  the  Name  is  Thine, 
At  ^Yhich  we  bend  the  hnce; 
They  call  Thee  Jesus,  Child  divine  ! 
Our  Jesus  deign  to  bo.  Aaien. 


Jesus  !  Name  of  wondrous  love  ! 

"  None  other  Xutac  is  given  imdrr  Ij^vcn  vchcrchy  ive  vivst  be  saved." 


iiil 


25izi~'iCzi: 


— *- 


sus!  Xame  of    wondrous    love!    Name  all     cth  -  cr    names  a  -  bcve  ! 


^ 


^ — — -_ 


tin  -  to  which  must  ev  -  crj'   linco 

^     -«^    t—     <"- 


dcei)  hu  -  mil  -  i   -    ty.        A  -  hen 


Bov.' 


2  Jesus  !  Name  decreed  of  old: 
To  the  maiden  mother  told, 
Kneeling  in  her  lowly  cell. 
By  the  angel  Gabriel. 

3  Jesus  !  Name  of  priceless  worth 
To  the  fallen  sons  of  earth, 
For  the  promise  that  it  gave — 

"Jesus  shall  Ilis  people  save." 

4  Jes\is!  Name  of  morov  mild. 
Given  to  the  hcly  Child, 


T"  ' 

■\Mien  the  cup  of  human  woe 
Fii-st  He  tasted  hero  below. 
Jesus  !  only  Name  that's  given 
Under  all  the  mighty  heaven, 
"SMiereby  man,  to  sin  enslaved, 
Bursts  his  fetters,  and  is  saved. 
Jesus  !  Name  of  wondrous  love ! 
Himian  Name  of  God  above  ; 
Pleading  onlv  this  we  flee, 
Helple  s,  O  our  God,  to  Thee.  Ame; 


Hail  to  the  Lord's  Anointed. 

••  AU  tXc  eartk  tkaU  UJUUd  wiik  UU  WM^jtitv." 


7S.6S.D. 


t=^ 


a  \£L 


■^ 


m 


.^ — 


-&. 


iSzuMi 


Hail, 


I .  ♦ 


^ 


the   timo 


ap 


-^ 


point  -    cd, 


"m- 


His   reign   on 


I      1 

earth    bo 

I  I 


^hggrr-l 


-^- 


gun  ! 


:=!: 


a 1—1 1 1 \ \ 


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E: 


s 


^ 


He    comes    to   break    op  -  pros  -  sion,       To      set       the   cap  -  tive     free 
.^      .^       ^  42.  42.      .fi. 


Ol- 


.-^  • — c — Y- — -  r- 


::2?: 

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-CL. 


^ 


fiL_«. 


^ 


2  He  comes  with  succonr  speedy 

To  those  who  Kufl«'r  wrong, 
To  help  the  poor  and  needy, 

And  bid  the  weak  bo  stronpj; 
To  (^ivo  them  sonps  fi)r  sighing, 

Their  darkness  turn  to  li^'ht. 
Whose  souls,  condemn'd  and  dying, 

Were  precious  in  His  sight. 


3  He  shall  descend  like  showcra 

Uixm  the  fruitful  earth; 
And  love  and  joy,  like  flowers, 

Sprin,£;  in  His  path  to  birth: 
Before  Him,  on  the  mountains, 

Shall  peace,  the  herald,  go; 
And  righteousness,  in  fountains, 

From  hill  to  valley  flow. 


4  To  Him  shall  prayer  nnceasing, 

And  tLiily  vows  ascend; 
His  kingdom  still  increasing, 

A  kingdom  without  end: 
Tht'  tide  of  time  shall  never 

His  covenant  remove; 
His  Nftnie  shall  stand  for  ever; 

That  Name  to  us  is  I.ov..      V^ntx. 


35 


iEpipijan?). 

How  wondrous  and  great. 

"  Great  and  marixlious  nrr  Thy  vorls.  Lord  God  Almiyhty;  just  and  trw:  arc. 
Thy  ways,  Thou  Kintj  o/gaints." 


5s. 65.55. 


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JSl 


-r^—\-^ 


1.  How       won  -  drous     and       great      Thy     works,  God       of 


praise 


-^ — . 


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t 


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I 

How 


just,    Kiug      of 


saints.     And 


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are      Thy       ways ! 
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v-#— ^ 


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filial 


.-5: 


I         I 

who     shall     not 


fear    Thee,     And       hon  -  our     Thy       Name ! 


g=g:=S=T--*- 


s;=E. 


:^E 


-i9- 


^m 


-s^ — />- 


22: 


Thou      on  -  ly      art 


^Hgpliipi] 


ho  -  Iv, 


Tlioa    on 


z?- 
su  -  preme.     A 


MEN. 


^g^^r^s 


2  To  nations  long  dark 

Thy  light  shall  bo  shown; 
Their  worship  and  vows 

Shall  come  to  Thy  throne: 
Thy  truth  and  Thy  judgments 

Shall  spread  all  abroad. 
Till  earth's  evc-rj'  people 

Confess  Thee  their  God.     Amen. 


36- 

Knit.. 


i3pipi)anij. 
Rise,  crown'd  with  light. 


A  rite,  skime;  fur  thy  ligkt  is 


•^,  and  Vie  glory  t/the  Lord  it  ri$en  upon  d 

Fimn  TcxK. 

I         .  I  I  I 


1.  lii&c,  cruwii'd  with  light,   im  -  i>c  >  riul    Sa  -  lein,    riso  ; 


towering  head  and  lift  thino  eyes  :    Seo  heaven  its   Hi>ark  -  ling  portals  wide  diK 


:!^^^^E=iiz: 


— 6<~       -J^ 


And    l.r.- 

r 


n'c     r.p  -   on     tiice 


i 


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^ 


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2  Sec  a  long  race  thy  ppacious  courts  adorn. 
See  future  sons,  and  ilaughters  yet  unborn. 
In  crowding  ranks  on  every  side  arise, 
Demamling  life,  impatient  for  the  skies. 

3  See  barbnroun  nations  at  thy  gates  attend, 
Warn  in  thy  light,  ;tnd  in  thy  tc      '    '       I: 

See  thy  bright  nlUim  throng'd  \\  .te  kings, 

^^'hile  every  Land  its  joyous  IribiK-  . 

4  The  sea  shall  waste,  the  skies  to  smoke  decay. 
Rocks  fall  to  dust,  and  mom  t  i;..<  tm.-U  away; 
But  fixM  His  word,  Ilis  sa\  remains; 

Thy  realm  shall  lost,  thy  c  u  reigns,     AscsK. 


II 


1^' 


flood        of     day.         A  -  xtn. 


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tower  -  ing  bead  and     lift     thine    eyes  :       See  Leav'n  its    spark-ling  por  -  tals 
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37 


(L-pipljauij. 
Brightest  and  best  of  the  sons  of  the  morning. 


••  n'e  have  Mem  His  star  in  tke  East.' 

FUUST  TCKE. 


P.   M. 


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Dawn     ou    otu 


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!  4  Vainly  wc  offer  r-  ' 

Vaiiilv  Willi  pii: 
1  Richer  i»y  fur  is  t, 
I         Dearer  to  Gcxl  arc 


r  Bccure; 


2  Col.l  on  Tib?  cradle  the  dew-drops  are  Fhlnlnp, 
Low  lies  His  head  wiih  the  beasts  of  the  Btall; 
Autrels  adore  Hiiu  in  slumber  reclinlnp. 
Maker  and  Monarch  and  Saviour  uf  ail. 
S  Say,  shall  we  yield  llim,  in  rostly  devotion,  ;  o  Uri;rhtest  and  best  oft:  :,</. 

Odours  of  Kdoin,  and  ollerinps  divine?  Dawn  on  «ur  darkm    -  I'aia'l: 

Gvnis  of  the  niouuiaiu,  and  pearls  of  the  ocean,    >      Star  uf  the  Kast,  the  huri/uu  uUumuu^. 
Myrrh  Ironi  the  forest,  ami  gold  from  the  mine  ?  ■        Guide  where  our  iufant  Redeemer  b  laid.  Amk  ■ . 


37- 


Second  Tcxr. 


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Guide  where  our    in  -  lant   Be  -  doom  -  or 


laid. 


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38 


Lo !  hills  and  mountains  shall  bring  forth. 

'•  The  mounhtins  also  shall  brimj i>eacf,  and  Ihr.  little  hills  rijhUousness  unto  the ixople."        >^.    -»1. 


l*^i^^§^gPiii^lli 


1  I  I  u 

1,  Lo  !  hills  ftnd  mountains  sliall  bring  forth  The  hap  -  py    fruits  of    peace, 
:l^- — d — ^ — ^ — ^^ — a — ^ ^—i? ^a __h/c? ^  -^- 


"WTiich  all   tbe  land  shall  own  to 


be 

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— T-^ — ry — ^j^~r~^ —  •    — r      ~T^ — ^ — 


•*^  ^  -^  '-g-  -^"  -^  ^ 

The  work  of  righteous-ness ;       A  -  men. 


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^     ■    '      ■•.■.! 

2  A\'liile  David's  Son  our  needy  race 

Shall  rule  with  gentle  sway; 
And  from  their  humble  neck  shall  axke 
Oppressive  yokes  away. 

3  In  every  heart  Thy  awful  fear 

Shall  then  be  rooted  fast, 
As  long  as  sun  and  moon  endure, 
Or  time  itself  shall  last, 

4  He  shall  descend  like  rain,  that  cheers 

The  meadow's  second  birth; 
Or  like  warm  showers,  whose  gentle  drops 
Refresh  the  thirsty  earth. 

5  In  His  blest  days  the  just  and  good 

Shall  spring  up  all  around: 
The  happy  land  shall  everywhere 
"With  endless  peace  abound. 

G  His  uncontroll'd  dominion  shall 
From  sea  to  sea  extend; 
Begin  at  proud  Euphrates'  stream. 
At  nature's  limits  end. 

7  To  Him  the  savage  nations  round 

Shall  bow  their  sen'ile  heads; 
His  vanquish'd  foes  shall  lick  the  dust, 
^^^lere  He  His  conquest  spreads. 

8  The  kings  of  Tarshish  and  the  isles 

Shall  costly  presents  bring; 
From  spicy  Sheba  gifts  shall  come. 
And  wealthy  Saba's  king. 


9  To  Him  shall  every  king  on  earth 
His  humble  homage  pay; 
And  differing  nations  gladly  join 
To  own  His  righteous  sway. 

10  For  He  shall  set  the  needy  free, 

"SMien  they  for  succour  crj'; 
Shall  save  the  helpless  and  the  poor 
And  aU  their  wants  supply. 

11  For  Him  shall  constant  prayer  be  made. 

Through  all  His  prosperous  days* 
His  just  dominion  shall  aflford 
A  lasting  theme  of  x^raise. 

12  The  memory  of  His  glorious  Name 

Through  endless  years  shall  run; 
His  spotless  fame  shall  shine  as  bright 
And  lasting  as  the  sun. 

13  In  Him  the  nations  of  the  world 

ShaU  be  completely  bless'd. 

And  His  unbounded  happiness 

By  everx'  tongue  confess'd. 

14  Then  bless'd  be  God,  the  mighty  Lord, 

The  Grod  whom  Israel  fears; 
Who  only  wondrous  in  His  works, 
Beyond  compare,  appears. 

15  Let  earth  be  with  His  glory  fill'd 

For  ever  bless  His  Name* 
Whilst  to  His  praise  the  listening  world 
Their  glad  assent  pix)claim .      Amen. 


Hpipijaui). 
Lii^l^i  "f*  those  whose  dreary  dwclHng 

••  A  Li'jht  to  tighten  the  GenlUet." 


1.  Lig.ii   Ml  laoso  whojk)  drea-r}' clwell-ing    Bord-crji     on     the  Klindes  of  death, 

,,     ,.    ^.  ,    ,,    ^  -^    *    *i»   ■*  ±  :*   ^ 

^  * 


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Jo  -  BU,    now  Thy-self    re-vcal  -  iug,    Scat  -  tcr  tv  -  cry  cloud  be  -  neatb.    A-hj. 


^      I     '      ■  I     ■,    r 

2  Still  we  wait  forTbino  appej\rinR; 

Life  ami  joy  Thy  b(\iujs  imjmrt^ 
Cbiuiing  all  oi:r  doubts,  and  cheering 
Every  meek  and  contrite  benrt. 

3  Show  Thy  power  in  every  nation, 

O  Thou  Prince  of  peace  and  love  ! 


.     I     i     .     r 

[     Give  tbo  knowledge  of  salvaiion. 
Fix  our  hearts  on  things  above. 

'-1  ByTliinoull       "^  ' 

Every  bur/;  •: 

'      By  the  presei.^ ..  V  i    w.,  .-..iit, 

I         Guide  ua  into  perfcsct  peace,     Amex. 


40. 


Joy  to  the  world  !  the  Lord  is  come. 

*•  Tke  iMni  rriynetli." 

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1.  Joy   to    the  world!  the    ll,ord  is     come;   Let  earth   re-  reive  her  King 


Let    ev  -  cry  heart  pro -pare  him  room,  Andheav'n  and  da -tore  sing.  A-xen 


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2  Joy  to  tbo  world !  '  :r  reigna: 

TiCt  men  their  s  v; 

While  fields  and  il  x.is.  rocks,  hilK  and 
Kepeat  the  soumliug  joy.  [plains, 

3  No  more  let  sins  and  Borrows  prow. 

Nor  thorns  infest  the  ground; 


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IIo  come«  to  make  His  blosBiugs  flow 
Far  as  tbo  curse  is  found. 
4  Ho  r  'iandgrac«^ 

A  -0 

Tllf   L  I'M  lix-l    lll-v    ■  i;i|i.  ■■u:^iiOi!S, 

And  wonders  of  His  love    Aioai. 


(Ppipl)anp. 


41. 


The  Name  of  our  God. 

7/1  Jewry  is  God  known;  Hit  Xante  it  ffrcat  in  Itrael." 


M^^^mm^Bmrn 


55.65.55 


1.  The  Nume  of     our    God    lu 


racl     is     known :  Ilis    man-sion    be 


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^i^S^^ 


2  The  pride  of  Thy  fees 

Is  tum'd  to  Thy  praise ; 
Their  fierceness  o'erruled 

Thy  providence  swnys; 
Their  sin  ovcrflcTring 

Thy  povrer  will  restrain; 
Thy  arm  en  the  wicked 

Nev>-  glor,'  will  rjaiu. 

3  Ye  nations,  to  God 

Yowr  homage  sincere; 
Devote  to  Him  gifts, 

Love,  worship,  and  fear; 
Before  Him,  ye  mighty, 

Your  spirits  repress; 
Ye  high  and  ye  humble. 

His  wonders  confess !     Amek. 


42 


Hark  !  the  song  of  jubilee. 

••  ne  Lord  God  Omnipotnit  rHffneiA." 

4        '        ' 


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Hallelujah  !  hark  !  tho  sonnd. 

From  the  centre  to  the  skies, 
Wakes  above,  beneath,  around. 

All  creation's  harmonies: 
Bee  Johovali'H  banners  furled: 

8honthed  His  sword;  Ho  speaks, — 'tis 
And  tho  kingdoms  of  this  world      [done, 

Arc  the  kingdoms  of  Uiu  Son. 


3  He  shall  reign  from  polo  to  pole 

With  illimitable  sway; 
IIo  shall  reign,  when,  like  a  scroll. 

Yonder  heavens  have  paas'd  away; 
Then  the  end;  beneath  His  rod, 

Man's  Last  enemy  shall  fall; 
Hall<  lujah  !  Clirist  in  God, 

God  in  Chribt,  ii>  all  in  alL     Ahev. 


43 


Watchman !  tell  us  of  the  night. 

•'  Watchman  I  what  of  the  night  ?  " 


7S.D. 


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2  "Watchman !  tell  us  of  the  night; 

Higher  yet  that  star  ascendi-:. 
Traveller  !  blessedness  and  light, 

Peace  and  truth,  its  course  poriends. 
"Watchman  !  -vnll  its  beams  alono 

Gild  the  spot  that  gave  them  birth  ? 
Traveller  !  ages  arc  its  own ; 

See,  it  bursts  o'er  all  the  earth. 


3  "Watchman  !  teU  us  of  the  night, 

For  the  morning  seems  to  da-vm. 
Traveller  !  darkness  takes  itsflght; 

Doubt  and  terror  are  withdrawn, 
"Watchman !  let  thy  wanderings  cease 

Hie  thee  to  thy  quiet  home. 
Traveller  !  lo  !  the  Prince  of  Peace, 

Lo !  the  Son  of  God  is  come.     Ain:x. 


44. 


i3pip!)an5. 
How  beauteous  arc  their  feet 

'*  How  beautiful  tifm  thf  mounlaini,  art  tUe  frei  tj  him  Vuit  Irin^tk  y<toJ  tidingt, 
t'tut  yubtisketJi  peacr. ' ' 


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Who  bring  nal  -  va  -  tion  on  their  tongues,  And  wordn  of  peace  re  -  veal !  A  -  meic. 


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4  How  blessed  ar;*  cnr  eyes 

That  Bee  this  heavenly  light! 
Prophets  and  kint,'8  desireil  it  long, 
But  died  w-ithout  the  Bight 

5  The  watchmen  join    '  (e. 

And  {imcful  uoi 
Jenisiilem  breaks  Km^.i  h:  ^ougs. 
And  deserts  Icaru  the  joy. 


2  How  charming  is  their  voice: 

How  sweet  their  tidings  are  ! — 

**Sion,  behold  Thy  Saviour  King, 

He  reigns  and  trimnphs  here." 

3  How  happy  are  our  cars 

That  hear  this  joyful  sound, 
"Which  kings  and  prophets  waited  for, 
And  sought,  but  never  found  ! 


1 — r^-zi 


G  The  Lord  makes  bare  His  arm 
Throujjh  all  the  earth  abroad  : 
Let  everj'  nation  now  behold 

Their  Saviour  and  their  God.     Amzn. 

As  with  gladness  men  of  old. 

II7i<rn  t\c]l  tav  th<  star,  Otcyj  rrjoiced  mVi  exceeding  great  Joy. 

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So,  most  gracious  Lord,  may  wo     Ev  -  cr  -  moro  bo    led     to    Thee.     A-men. 


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2  As  idtli  joyful  steps  tlicy  sped 
To  that  lowly  niauager-bcd; 
There  to  bend  the  knee  before 
Him  ^Vhom  heaven  and  earth  adore; 
So  may  we  with  willing  feet 

Ever  seek  the  mercy-seut. 

3  As  they  ofiered  gifts  most  rare 
At  that  manager  rnde  and  bare; 
So  may  we  with  holy  joy, 

Pure  and  free  from  sin's  alloy, 
All  our  costliest  treasures  bring, 
Christ !  to  thee  our  heavenly  King. 


4  Holy  Jesus !  every  day 
Keep  us  in  tho  narrow  way: 

And,  when  earthly  things  arc  past. 
Bring  our  ransomed  souls  at  lust 
Where  they  need  no  star  to  guide, 
"Where  no  clouds  Thy  glory  hide. 

5  In  the  heavenly  countrj'-  bright. 
Need  they  no  en  ated  hght; 
Thou  its  Light,  its  Joy,  its  Crowii, 
Thou  its  Sun  which  goas  not  down, 
There  forever  may  we  sing 
Halleluiahs  to  our  King.     Amen. 


46 


When,  marshall'd  on  the  nightly  plain. 

"  1  am  ihc  bright  ami  morning  Slar."  L.    A  I. 

1    ;-i   .  ^1   , 


1.  "U'hen,  marshall'd  on  the  night-ly  plain.  The  glittering  host  be  -  stud    th^^  sky, 


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One  star  a  -  lone  of    all    the  train    Can  fix    the   sinners  wan  d'riug  eye.  A -men. 
1^  "^   JZ.   jSL   JSL.  T-, 


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2  Hark,  hark !  to  God  the  chorus  breaks. 
From  every  host,  from  every  gem ; 
But  one  alone  the  Saviour  speaks; 
It  is  tho  Star  of  Bethlehem. 


I 

3  It  is  my  guide,  my  light,  ray  all, 

It  bids  my  dark  forebodings  cease; 
And    through  tho    storm    and   danger's 
It  leads  me  to  the  port  cf  peace,  [thrall, 

4  Then,  safely  moor'd,  my  perils  o'er, 
I'll  sing,  first  in  night's  diadem, 
For  ever  and  for  evermore, 
The  Star,  the  Star  of  Bethlehem  !    Ajien. 


47 


(Ppipljaiuj. 

Suns  ui  men,  behold  from  far. 

"  We  karf  $ecn  Hit  Star  in  the  A'oi/." 


*: 


1.  Sou8     uf  luen,  be -bold  from   fur,      liuil     tho  long  -  ex  -  pect  -  e<l    Star 


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2  Mild  it  shines  on  nil  bonoath, 
PicrcinR  through  the  shades  of  deaths' 
Scattering  error's  wide-spread  night. 
Kindling  darkness  into  light 

3  Nations  all,  remote  and  ne-^r, 
Hivste  to  see  your  God  appear: 
Haste,  for  Him  your  hearts  prepare. 
Meet  Him  manifested  there. 

4  There  behold  the  Day-Spring  rise. 
Pouring  liii^ht  upon  your  eyes: 
See  it  chase  the  hhades  away, 
Shining  to  the  perfect  day. 

5  Sing,  yo  morning  stars,  again, 
God  descends  on  earth  to  reign. 
Deigns  for  man  His  life  to  employ; 
Shout,  ye  sons  of  God,  for  joy !     Ajjkn. 

Once  more  the  solemn  season  calls. 

lirnd  y^nr  heart  ami  not  your  garmenis,  and  turn  unto  tke  Lord  your  God. 


C.  M. 


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A       ho  -  Iv     fast     to     keep ; 
.OL     xi.    jsl    xa. 


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ajs!)  JiiLlrtinrj^jtjap  autJ  Hcut. 


Kll-ii. 


Iff— .X 


^otli  priest  and  pco-plo    weep.     A-mej 


And  now  with  -  in     tho    tern  -  plo  walls  Both  priest  and  pco-plo    weep.     A- men. 


i 


2  But  vain  nil  outward  sipn  of  grief, 

And  vain  the  form  of  pray:  r, 
Unlei>8  the  heart  implore  relief, 
And  penitence  be  there. 

3  We  smite  the  hroast,  we  weep  in  vain, 

In  vain  in  ashes  mourn, 
Unless  with  penitential  pain 
The  smitten  soul  be  torn. 


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4  In  sorrow  true  then  let  us  pray 

To  our  oft'ended  God, 
From  us  to  turn  His  wrath  away, 
And  stay  tho  uplifted  rod. 

5  O  God,  our  Judge  and  Father,  deign 

To  spare  the  bruised  reed; 
"We  pray  for  time  to  turn  again, 
i'or  grace  to  turn  indeed. 


49 


6  Blest  Three  in  One  to  Thee  we  bow; 
Vouchsafe  us  in  Thy  Love 
To  gather  from  these  fasts  below 
Immortal  fndt  above.     AiiEx. 


Forty  days  and  forty  nights. 

And  Jrxus  was  led  hy  the  Spirit  into  the  wildemrss,  bring  forty  days  t>'mpted  nf 
the  devil.     And  in  those  days  lie  did  eat  nothing." 


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For  -  ty    days    and    for  -  ty  nights     Tempted  and  yet    un  -  do  -  filed.     Aoeen. 


-i*-    H^    -»^ 


2  Shall  not  we  Thy  sorrows  share, 

And  from  earthly  joys  abstain, 
Fasting  with  unceasing  prayer, 
Glad  with  Thee  to  sufier  pain? 

3  And  if  Satan,  vexing  sore, 

Flesh  or  spirit  should  assail, 
Thou,  his  Vanquisher  before. 
Grant  we  may  not  faint  or  fail 


4  So  shall  wc  have  peace  divine; 

Holier  gladness  ours  shall  be; 
Bound  us,  too,  shall  angels  shine. 
Such  as  minister'd  to  Thee. 

5  Keep,  O  keep  us.  Saviour  dear. 

Ever  constant  l)y  Thy  side: 
That  with  Thee  we  may  r.ppenr 
At  th'  eternal  Eastertide      Amzn. 


as!)  JiiUcXmcsiap  ani  3Lcut. 
In  mercy,  not  in  wrath. 

N  V^»    "  O  Lord,  rtbukt  me  mat  in  Tkine  imiignatUm,  n^ifUrr  (hntfrn  wu  in  TMjf  displeasurt." 


S.  M. 


■jBL 


^^"        J'^F^^^^^ 


1.   In      incr  -  cy,     not      in      MTath,        Re  -  bukc    mo,    gra-cioos  Go«l 


^^l 


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^C  -  5-    '  -  J— J ! 1     ,     ■        \ ^ 


Lest,    if  Tby  whole  dis-plcasuro  rise,       I    rink  beneath  Thy 


rob 


II 


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51 


2  Tonch'd  by  Thy  qnick^ning  power, 

My  load  of  guilt  I  fed; 
The  woumVi  Thy  Spirit  hath  unclose* 
O  let  that  Spirit  hcab 

3  In  trouble  and  in  gloom, 

^lust  I  for  ever  mourn  ? 
And  wilt  Thoti  not  at  len«,'th,  O  God, 
In  pit^'ing  love  return  ? 

4  O  eome;  ere  life  cxi)ire. 

Send  down  Thy  power  to  save; 
For  who  shall  e-iuR  Thy  Name  in  death, 
Or  praise  Thee  in  the  grave  ? 

5  TMiy  Fhould  I  doubt  Tby  gnvcc, 

Or  yield  to  dread  despair? 
Thouwdt  fultil  Thy  promised  word. 
And  grant  me  tdl  my  prayor,     Ames. 

1  hy  chastening  wrath,  O  Lord,  restrain. 

"  Put  mt  not  to  rrbf'l^.  O  r.rrzf.  in  T7tin<  attffrr;  nriL\er  chasfrn  me  it  TSy  htarjf  di*- 


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pleasurr. 


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1.  Thy  chastening  wrath,  O    Lord,    re  -  Ktn.in,  Though  I       dc- servo  it 


C.  M. 


all; 


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Nor    kt     on    mo     tho  heav-y  storm    Of    Thy  dis  -  pleasure  fall. 


mm^^im^ms^^ 


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A  -  MZN. 


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2  My  fiins  which  to  ft  deluf»o  swell, 
My  sinking  head  o'crllow, 
And,  for  my  feeble  strength  to  bear, 
To  vast  a  burden  grow. 


3  But,  Lord,  before  Thy  searching  eyes 
All  my  desires  appear : 
The  groanings  of  my  burdcn'd  soul 
Have  reaeh'd  Thine  oi^en  ear. 


Li^JA 


•1  Forsake  me  not.  O  Lord,  my  God, 
Nor  far  from  me  depart: 
Make  haste  to  my  relief,  O  Thou 
"Wlio  my  salvation  art     Amen. 


52 


Thou,  Lord,  by  strictest  search  hast  known. 


0  Loril,  Thou  hast  searched  me  out,  and  known  mr. 


L.  M. 


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Z^ — -5^ 1 — ^ -,  _Lj»:^x> gu — U-/0 1 /5» — L_>i 


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1.  Thou,  Lord, 


by       strict -est     searoli    hast  known 


grfe^li^S^^z^^SE^ 


My       lis    -    ing 


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Iv   -    ing     down :      Mv       so   -    cret  thoughts  arc  known    to 

J2.      J2.J^  ^,  ^A. 


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2  From  Thy  all-seeing  Spirit,  Lord, 
^^^lat  hiding  place  docs  earth  afford  ? 
Or  where  can  I  Thy  influence  shun. 
Or  whither  from  Thy  presence  run  ? 

4  Search,  try,  O  God,  my  thoughts  and  heart 
If  mischief  lurk  in  any  part ; 
Correct  me  where  I  go  astray. 
And  guide  me  in  Thy  perfect  way.     Amen. 


3  The  veil  of  night  is  no  disguise. 
No  screen  from  Thy  all-searching  eyes; 
Through  midnight   shades  Thou   find'st 
As  in  the  blazing  noon  of  day.  [Thy  way, 


3*51)  lilrtinrfj^iap  anH  ILvnt. 
Saviour,  when  in  dust  to  Thcc 


lit  L'.ct  JIf  Jliauel/hath  tmjered  Uin/j  tnnptrd,  lie  it  aLU  to  turcour  tk 


Scarce  we  lift  our  f  treauuuij  eyes;  O,    by  all  Tliy  pains  and  woe,  SafTer'd  once  lor  man  be  -  low, 


i^i^^in^ra^^ 


Bend-iug    from  Tljy  ibronc  on      bigb,     Hear  our    sol  •  emn      lit   -    a  -   nr.      A  -  iirv. 


--^^^-_^Y^=z=::=-^ ,_L.SgrrD^g.^z:rj"g  _  ga  t 


2  By  Thy  }>irth  and  early  years, 
liy  Thy  huimm  griL-fsand  fears. 
By  Thy  fasting  and  distress 

In  the  lonely  wiMtrness, 
By  Thy  victorj-  in  the  hour 
Of  the  subtle  tempter's  power; 
Jesus,  look  with  j.itying  eye; 
Ilcar  our  Bolemn  lituny. 

3  By  Thy  conflict  with  despair. 
By  Thine  a^^ony  of  pn\yer, 
By  the  purple  robe  of  Bcom, 

By  Thy  wounds.  Thy  ctova  of  thorn. 


By  Thy  cross.  Thy  pangs,  and  cric 
By  Thy  i»»  rfe<t  sacrifice; 
jJsus,  *lo«-»k  with  pitying  eye; 
Hear  our  solt-mn  litany. 

By  Thy  deop  expiring  groan. 
By  the*  seal'd  Fepiilchral  btono. 
By  Thy  triumjih  o'er  the  grave, 
BV  Thv  jvkwor  frmn  d«^th  to  save; 
Mightv  C    V  :    :  I       ;. 

To  Thy  t<.red, 

l^rince  ui.i  ."^....   v.i.  i^^.i  .^ir  cry. 
Hear  our  colcmu  litany.  Amex. 


SBCoxn  Trxc 


53- 


7s.  D. 

Tuck. 


j  Sav  -  iour,  when  in   dust 
1  N\Tien,  re 


to    Thee,  Low    we    bow  th'« 


D.C.— B*nd 


dor  -  ing   knee; ) 
the  skies  Scarce  we    lift     our  straun-ing    eyes;  \ 


pent  -  ant,    to 
jgg  from  Thy  throne  on  high.  Hear  our  sol  -  emn 


— t^_^e^_<s. 


5lj5i)  fCUtnicftliap  antr  7irnt. 


Da  Capo. 


iriiiiiiiiiiiiffi^iiiteiiii^iii'smii 

Suf  -  fcrcd  onco  for    man   bo  -  low,     A-men. 


O      by    ull    Thy  pains  and  woe 


S=P=t?^ 


54 


Sinners  !  turn,  why  will  yc  die  ? 

"  Turn  ye!  turn  ye!  for  why  will  ye  die." 


7S.D. 


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1.  fem-ners !  turn,  wliy   will      ye    die  ? 


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God,  yoiu- Mak-er,     asks    you  why  : 


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z=f!=:fc=gzzsziE;f 


God,  Who  did  your    be-  ing   give,    Made  you  with  Him -self    to 


t/, 


fe^g=g=3^^^^ 


He    the     fix  -  tal 


cause    de-mands,  Asks  the  works  of 

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His 


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'SMiy,  ye  thankless  creatures !  why  Will  ye  cross  His  love,  and  die?  A-] 


9^ 


2  Sinners  !  turn,  why  will  ye  die? 
God,  your  Saviour,  asks  you  why: 
Grod  Who  did  your  souls  retrieve. 
That  ye  might  for  ever  live ; 
Will  you  let  Him  die  in  vain  ? 
Crucify  your  Lord  again? 
Why,  ye  ransomed  sinners,  why 
Will  ye  slight  His  grace,  and  die? 


Sinners  !  turn,  why  will  ye  die 

God,  the  Spirit,  asks  you  why: 

He  ^Vho  all  your  lives  hath  strove — 

Wooed  you  to  embrace  His  love. 

Will  ye  not  the  grace  receive? 

Will  ye  still  refuse  to  live  ? 

^^^ly,  ye  long-sought  sinners,  why 

Will  ye  grieve  your  God,  and  die  ?  Ajcen. 


55 


V 


a?5l)  ULlcHucstiap  anti  ilrut. 
My  soul  with  patience  waits. 

"  /  look/or  tkt  Lord;  mjr  loul  doth  wait /or  tlimi  i*  Ui»  word  it  my  trust" 

^j— ^  _A\     \\\A    ^.   '^ 


S.  M. 


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2 


1.  My      boul     with     pa-tienco  waiU 


mj^m 


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For    TLee,    ihe 


lir  -   ing    Lord  ; 


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My  hopes  aro    on    TLy  prom-i£0    bnilt.  Thy  nev  -  er  -  fail  -  ing  word. 


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3  Let  Israel  trost  in  God, 

No  bounds  His  mercy  knows; 
The  plenteous  source  and  spring  from 
Eternal  succour  flows;  [whence 


■y-  -.  ; 

k — r  .^^      I      :    i^[^ 

2  My  lontring  eyes  look  out 
For  Thy  enlivening  ray, 
More  duly  than  the  morning  watch 
To  spy  the  dawning  d;iy. 

4  "NMiose  friendly  streams  to  us 
Supplies  in  want  convey; 
A  healing  spring,  a  spring  to  cleanse 
And  wash  our  guilt  away.     Amzk, 

How  oft,  alas !  this  wretched  heart. 

"  There  is  forgivcnttt  with  Tket,  that  Thou  mayctt  bt  feared." 

I  I  I 


A-ICIIN. 


C.  M. 


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las  !  this  wretched    heart     Has   wandered    from  the  Lord  ! 

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How  oft    my    rov-ing  thoughts  de-part.    For  -  get  -  ful     of    His  word  !  A  -  men. 


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2  Yet  Bororeign  mercy  calls,  •'Eetum;*' 

Dear  Lord,  and  may  I  come? 
My  vilo  ingratitude  I  mourn; 
O  take  tho  wanderer  home. 

3  And  canst  Thou,  wilt  Thou  vet  forgive, 

A'  ■'  1  •■'  '■-   --• -  ^i't 

All  vd 

'J.     .  1  vc? 


4  Almighty  grace.  Thy  healing  power. 

How  glorious,  how  divine  ! 
That  can  to  life  and  bliss  restore 
So  vile  a  heart  as  mine. 

5  Thy  pardoning  lovo.  so  free,  so  sweet, 

Deiir  Siiviour.  I  adore: 
O  keep  me  at  Thy  satTL-il  feet. 
And  let  nic  fww  no  hkto.     k^am. 


My  God, permit  nic  not  to  be. 

"  Ml/  sr.uljledh  unto  the  Lord." 


51;_  _ 


L.  M. 


,/n      I  I r  __. 1      J '      J I       J 


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1.  My  God,  per-mit  mo  not    to     be        A    stranger     to      my  -  self  and  Theo 


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A-nii'lst  a  thoiisanJ  tbo'ts  I  rove,    For-gct-lul     of    my  liit^h-cbt  love.     Amen. 


i^lfSiiliil^i^ilg 


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2  VThy  fihonl.l  my  passions  mix  witli  eartli,  I  3  Call  mc  away  from  flesh  and  sense; 


And  tlius  debase  my  lieuvinly  birth  ? 
^Vhy  should  I  cleave  to  things  below, 
And  all  my  purest  joys  forego  V 


Thy  grace,  O  Lord,  can  draw  me  thence: 
I  would  obey  the  voice  divine. 
And  all  inferior  joys  resign.     A^een. 


58 


Hasten,  sinner !  to  be  wise. 

'•  AicaLe  to  riyhttfousius!;,  nwl  sin  not." 


7s. 


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1.  Ilast-en,      sin  -  ner!    to       bo    wiso ;   Stay  not    lor      the     mor-row's  sun : 

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Wisdom,   if     you    still  des-pise,     Har-der     is      it       to     be   won.      A -men 
—'9 


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A-ii 


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2  Hasten,  mercy  to  implore; 

Stay  not  for  the  morrow's  sun; 
Lest  thy  seasoii  should  be  o'er, 
Ere  this  evening's  stage  bo  run. 

4  Hasten,  sinner!  to  be  blest; 

Stay  not  for  the  morrow's  sun; 
L'?st  perdition  thee  arrest, 
Ere  the  morrow  is  begun.     Amen 


3  Hasten,  sinner!  now  return; 
Stay  not  for  the  morrow's  sun; 
Lest  thy  lamp  should  cease  to  bum, 
Ere  salvation's  work  is  done. 


59- 


Sinner,  lou^c  thcc  from  thy  sleep. 

,Sff  tknt  Utat  y<  valk  circumtprcU^,  not  at/oois,  but  <u  wi»t,  redeeming  Ou  tiwu,' 


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rotuo  thee  from  tliy  Aeeyt,    Wuke,  nud  o'er  thy      fol  -    ly    weep; 

rj_LL_a__a ^^    -g.  h*:    feC     -fg-     -^ 


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liaise  thy   Bpir  -  it      dark  and  dead,    Jo  -  6nH\(-aiti  His  light  to    shed.    Amj  s. 


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2  Wake  from  sleep,  arise  from  death, 
See  the  bright  and  livint^  path: 
"Watchful  tread  that  path;  be  wise, 
Leave  (hy  fully,  seek  the  j-kics. 

3  Leave  thy  foil}',  cease  from  crime. 
From  this  hour  redeem  thy  time; 


»         I       1 ^  t^ 

Life  Rocure  without  delay, 
Evil  is  the  mortal  day. 
4  Be  not  blind  and  foolish  Rtill; 
Call'd  of  Jesus,  learn  His  will: 
Jesus  culls  from  death  and  night, 
Jesus  \coh\&  to  shed  His  light.     Ahex. 


Have  mercy,  Lord,  on  me. 

'  Uavt.  mercy  upon  me,  0  God,  after  Thy  grttU  goodness." 


^  ■  1  ' 

Lot  me,  oppress'd  with  loads  of  t'^ilt.  Thy  wout-cd    mer  -  cy  find.       A-xkn. 


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Create  in  mc  a  heart  that's  clean, 

An  upright  mind  renew. 
5  Withdmw  not  Thou  thy  help, 

Nor  cast  mo  from  Thv  si^nt; 
Nor  let  Thy  Holy  Spirit  take 

His  everiastiug  flight 
C  The  joy  Thv  favour  gives 

Ixt  me,  0  Lord,  regain; 
And  Thy  free  Spirit's  firm  support 

>Iy  fainting  soul  sustain.     Amzn. 


2  Wash  off  my  foul  offence, 

And  cleanse  me  from  my  sin ; 

For  I  confess  my  crime,  and  sec 

How  great  my  guilt  has  been. 

3  Against  Thee,  I^ord,  alone. 

And  only  in  Thy  KJ^^'ht 
Have  I   tnin«fjressi-<l  ;  and,  though  con- 
Must  own  Thy  judgment  right,  [demn'd, 

4  Blot  out  my  crjing  sins, 

Nor  mc  in  anger  view: 


6  As  o'er  the  past  my  memory  strays. 

X  •  •'  strait  is  the  gate,  and  narrow  is  the  way,  which  Uadeth  unto  life." 


C.  M. 


I  \  m         -  m  

1.  As     o'er    tlio    jxist   liiy  mem-ory  stniy.s,  Why  Leaves  tbo  Kc     -    cret    Bigh? 


^^^^^^^^msw. 


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'Tis  that    I  mourn  do  -  part  -  eel    days,    Still  un  -  jire-parcd  to     die . 


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2  The  world  and  worldly  things  beloved, 

My  anxious  thoughts  employed; 
And  time  unhallow'd,  unimproved, 
Presents  a  fearfiU  void. 

3  Yet,  Holy  Father,  wild  despair 

Chase  from  my  labouring  breast; 


i'^^Mi^SH 


A -MEN. 


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I  '  '  '  '  I 

Thy  grace  it  is  which  prompts  the  prayer, 

That  grace  can  do  the  rest. 
•1  My  life's  brief  remnant  all  be  Thine; 

And  when  Thy  sure  decree 
Bids  me  this  fleeting  breath  resign, 

O  speed  my  soul  to  Thee.     Amen. 


6 


2. 


O  Thou  to  Whose  all-searching  sight. 

"  Search  i)\f,  0  God,  anil  know  my  heart." 


L.  M. 


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1.  O  Thou,  to  ^Miose  all-searching  sijirht      The  darkne^^s  shin-eth    as     the  light 

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Search,  prove  my  heart ;  it  pants  for  Thee,  O  burst  these  bonds,  and  set  it  free. 
^^2L  .^    ^    .^  _    J2.  JZL  .^  J2^  l^fS  ^        _ 


A-MJEN. 


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2  "Wash  out  its  stains,  reline  its  dross. 
Nail  my  aftections  to  the  cross; 
Hallow  each  thought;  let  all  within 
Be  clean,  as  Thou,  my  Lord,  art  clean. 

3  If  in  this  darksome  wild  I  stray, 

Be  Thou  my  light,  be  Thou  my  way 

No  foes,  no  violence  I  fear. 

No  harm,  while  Thou,  my  God,  art  near. 

4  When  rising  floods  my  soul  o'erflow, 
^\^^cn  sinks  my  lieart  in  waves  of  woe, 


Jesus,  Thy  timely  aid  impart. 

And  raise  my  head,  and  cheer  my  heart 
5  Saviour,  where'er  Thy  steps  I  see. 

Dauntless,  untired,  I  follow  Thee; 

O  let  Thy  hand  support  me  stiD, 

And  lead  me  to  Thy  holy  hilL 
G  If  rough  and  thorny  be  the  way, 

My  strength  proportion  to  my  day, 

Till  toil,  nnd  grief,  and  pain  shall  cease, 

"VNTiere  all  is  calm, and  joy.and  peace.  Amen. 


63- 


Lord,  in  this  Thy  mercy's  day. 

••  M'j  toul  Jfrrth  unto  (he  Lord." 


P    M. 


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2  Holy  Jesu,  grant  us  tears, 

Fill  us  \ntb  heart-searcbing  fears, 
Ere  the  hour  of  doom  appears. 

3  Lord,  on  us  Thy  Spirit  pour, 
Kneeling  lowly  at  Thy  door, 
Ere  it  close  for  evermore. 

4  By  Thy  night  of  agony, 
By  Til}'  sujiplicating  cry, 
By  Thy  willingness  to  die, 


5  By  Thy  tears  of  bitter  woe. 
For  Jerusalem  below, 
Let  us  not  Thy  lovo  forego. 

G  Judge  and  Sa\'iour  of  our  race, 
ANTien  we  see  Thee  face  to  fixcc. 
Grant  us  'neath  Thy  wings  a  place. 

7  Ou  Thy  love  we  rest  alone, 

And  that  love  will  then  be  known 
By  the  pardoned  round  Thy  throne. 

Amzn. 


64. 


My  sins,  my  sins,  my  Saviour! 

Ifxoe  confeu  our  tint.  He  it/aiV\ful  and  just  to/oryirt  us  our  tint, 

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My  shad-ow    and    lu}'      snn  -  shiuc   The  brightness  of  Thy  face.       A -men. 


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2  My  sins,  my  sins,  my  Saviour ! 

How  sad  on  Thee  they  fall ! 
Seen  through  Thy  gentle  patience, 

I  tenfold  feel  them  all ; 
I  know  they  are  forgiven, 

But  still,  their  pain  to  mo 
Is  all  the  grief  and  anguish 

They  laid,  my  Lord,  on  Thee. 

3  My  sins,  my  sins,  my  Saviour  ! 

Their  guilt  I  never  knew 
Till  \N-ith  Theo,  in  the  desert 

I  near  Thy  Passion  drew; 
Till,  \\-ith  Thee,  in  the  garden 

I  heard  Thy  pleading  prayer. 
And  saw  the  sweat-drops  bloody 

That  told  Thy  soitow  there. 

4  Therefore  my  songs,  my  Saviour, 

E'en  in  this  time  of  woe, 
Shall  tell  of  all  Thy  goodness 

To  suffering  man  below. 
Thy  goodness  and  Thy  favour, 

VtTioso  presence  from  above, 
Ecjoice  those  hearts,  my  Saviour, 

That  live  in  Thee  and  love.    AiiEN. 


65 


2,rA)  iLilcDncsDap  ani  ilcut. 
O  Thou,  from  Whom  all  goodness  flows. 


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Tliy  pnr-don grant,  Thy  peacnim-part:  In   love,  ro-mem-ber    me.       A -men. 


\STien  triabi  sore  obstruct  my  way, 

And  ills  I  cannot  flee, 
O  let  my  strength  be  as  my  day: 

For  g<K)d,  remember  me. 
If  worn  with  i>ain,  disease,  and  grief. 

This  f't'blf  frame  should  Ik?, 
Grant  patience,  re«t,  and  kind  relief: 

Hear  and  remember  mo. 


3  And  oh,  when  in  the  hour  of  death 

I  own  Thy  just  decree. 
Be  this  the  prayer  of  my  last  breath, 

Dear  Lord,  remember  me. 
To  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost, 

The  God  whom  we  adore. 
Bo  glory,  as  it  was,  is  now, 

.Vnd  shall  be  evermore.    Asckm. 


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asi)  IClriincsiian  ants  ILcnf. 
O  gracious  God,  in  Whom  I  live. 

lie  not  Thou  far  from,  me,  0  Lord;  Thou  art  my  succour,  hatlc  Thee  to  help  me." 
FlIWT  Tlne. 


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2  Increase  my  faith,  increase  my  hope, 
"WTien  foes  and  fears  prevail  ; 
And  bear  my  fainting  spirit  np, 
Or  soon  my  strength  will  fail. 


3  "NMienc'er  temptations  fright  my  heart. 
Or  hire  my  feet  aside. 
My  God,  Thy  powerful  aid  impart, 
My  Guardian  and  my  Guide. 


4  O  keep  me  in  Thy  heavenly  way, 

And  bid  the  tempter  flee  ; 

And  let  me  never,  never,  stray 

From  happiness  and  Thee.     Amen. 


66 


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W^eary  of  earth,  and  laden  with  my  sin. 

••  Jh  Whom  tew  kave  taUimpltun  thruug\  JJu  biood,  U**  Jorgivtmeta  o/ti$u." 


10 


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2  80  vile  I  am,  how  dare  I  hope  to  stind 
In  the  pure  glory  of  that  holy  land? 
Before  the  whiteness  of  that  throne  appear? 

Yet  there  are  hands  stretch'd  out  to  draw  me  near. 

3  The  while  I  fain  would  tread  the  heavenly  way, 
Evil  is  ever  with  mc,  day  by  day; 

Yet  on  mine  cars  tlie  gracious  tidings  full, 
"Repent,  conftss,  thou  shalt  be  loosed  from  all" 

4  It  is  the  voice  of  Jesus  that  I  hear, 

His  are  the  hands  stretched  out  to  draw  mo  near. 
And  His  the  blood  that  can  for  all  atone. 
And  set  mo  faultless  there  before  the  throne. 

5  'Twas  He  wlio  found  nio  on  the  deathly  wild. 
And  made  me  heir  of  heaven,  the  Father's  child. 
And  day  by  day.  whereby  my  soul  maj*  live. 
Gives  mc  His  grace  of  pardon,  and  will  give. 

6  Yea,  Thou  wilt  answer  for  me,  righteous  Lord: 
Thine  all  the  merits,  mine  the  groat  reward; 
Thine  the  sliarp  thorns  and  mine  the  golden  crown. 
Mine  the  life  won,  nnd  Thine  the  life  laid  down.     Axe!!. 


icl^ij  JUHcTJUC^tiap  anXr  ILcut. 


Christian  !  dost  thou  see  them 

"  }yhom  mist,  tUadfast  in  the  faith." 

. FUWT   TUNK. 


1.  Chris -tian,    dost    thou     see     them 

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Christian  !   dost  thou  feel  them, 

How  they  work  within, 
Striving,  tempting,  luring, 

Goading  into  sin  ? 
Christian  !  never  tremble; 

Never  be  down-cast ; 
Gird  thee  for  the  battle, 

"Watch  and  pray  and  fast. 

Christian  !   dost  thou  hear  them, 
How  they  speak  thee  fair  ? 

"  Alwaj's  fast  and  vigil? 
Always  watch  and  prayer?" 


Christian!  answer  boldly : 
"While  I  breathe  I  pray  1" 
Peace  shall  follow  battle, 
Night  shall  end  in  day. 

"Well  I  know  thy  trouble, 

0  my  servant  true; 
Thou  art  very  weary, 

1  was  weary  too ; 

But  that  toil  shall  make  thee 
Some  day  all  Mine  own, 

And  the  end  of  sorrow 
Shall  be  near  My  throne." 


Amen. 


68 


a^i)  IJicliucsliap  anil  ILrut. 
Christian  !  dost  thou  sec  them  ? 

"  U'A</M  rrtui,  tiead/ast  in  Ikc/iitik." 
Hkcosd  TfSK. 


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On     the      ho  -    ly      groond? 


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How  they  work  within, 
Strivincj,  tempting,  luring, 

GrOftdintj  into  Rin  ? 
Christiiin  !  lu'ver  tremble; 

Ncv«  r  be  down-cast; 
Ginl  thoc  for  the  l>nttle, 

Wutch  and  pray  and  fast. 

3  Christian  I    dost  thon  hear  them. 

How  they  speak  th<'e  fair  ? 
"Always  fi&st  and  vif^l ? 

Always  watch  and  pmyer  ?" 


Christian!  answer  boldly: 
•'^^'hilo  I  breathe  I  prayT 
Peace  sliall  follow  battle. 
Night  shall  end  in  day. 

"Well  I  know  thy  trouble, 

0  my  Kervant  Inie; 
Thou  art  very  weary, 

1  was  weary  too; 

But  that  toil  Vhnll  make  thee 
Some  day  all  Mine  own. 

And  the  end  of  sorrow 
Shall  be  near  My  throne.** 


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69 


Lord,  when  wc  bend  before  Thy  throne. 

"A  broken  and  contriU  heart,  O  God,  Thou  wilt  not  dtfpisr." 
FiBjST  Tune. 


C.  M. 


^Hi^^PipS^^^ 


1.  Lord,  when  we   bend  be  -  fore  Thy  throne,  And   our    con  -  fes  -  sions  poor, 

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2  Our  broken  spirits,  pitying,  see; 
And  penitence  impart ; 
And  let  a  kindling  glance  from  Thee 
Beam  hope  upon  the  heart. 


3  "When  wc  disclose  our  wants  in  pniyt- r, 
May  we  our  wills  resign; 
And  not  a  thought  our  bosom  share 
"Which  is  not  -wholly  Thin*?. 


4  Let  f^iith  each  weak  petition  fill, 
And  waft  it  to  the  skies, 
And  teach  our  hearts  'tis  goodness  still 
That  grants  it,  or  denies.     Amen. 


Second  Trxr. 


C.  M. 


=zffiz:t;^-d 


1.  Lord,  when  we  bend  be  -  fore  Thy  throne.  And  our    con  -  fes  -  sions  pour, 


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m^^ms. 


Weary  of  w  andcrinj^  from  my  God. 

"JctUM  Vkrittt  the  same,  jfttUrdajf,  U>-<Iajf,  ami/orfver." 


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A  Friend  before  the  throne  of  love. 


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2  O  Jesni,  full  of  pardoning  Rrace, 
More  full  of  pracc  than  I  of  sin; 
Yet  once  afjain  I  seek  Thy  face : 

Open  Thine  arms  and  take  me  in; 
And  freely  my  ])ackslidiugs  heal, 
An«l  1<»V'^  the  faithless  binncr  still. 


I  I 

3  Thouknow'st  the  way  to  bring  me  back, 

My  fallen  spirit  to  restore: 
O  for  Thy  truth  and  mercy's  sake, 

Forp:ive,  and  bid  me  sin  no  more: 
The  ruins  of  my  soul  reimir,         [Amen. 
And  make  my  heart  a  house  of  pmyer. 


71- 


With  broken  heart  and  contrite  sigh. 

"  Gftd  be  merciful  to  me,  a  sinner." 


L.  M. 


1.  With  broken  heart  and  con -trite  sigh 


trembling  si n-ner.  Lord, 


iEl3EEl3d^S^ 


Thy  pardoning  grace  is  rich  and  free  :    O  God,  be    mor  -  ci  -  fnl   to 


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2  I  fcaC\\4s  upon  ray  troubled  breaKt, 

With  derp  and  conpcious  guilt  oppresBed; 
ChriKt  and  His  cross  my  only  plea: 
O  God,  bo  merciful  to  me. 

3  Far  off  I  stand  with  toarftd  eyes, 
Nor  dare  uplift  them  to  the  ^ies; 
But  Thou  dost  all  my  anguiah  see: 
O  God  be  merciful  to  me. 


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Nor  alms,  nor  deedii  that  I  have  done, 

Can  for  a  single  sin  atone  ; 

To  Calvar>'  alone  I  flee  : 

O  God,  be  mi  rciful  to  me. 

And  when,  redeemed  from  sin  and  bell, 

^Vith  all  the  ransomed  throngi  dwell. 

My  rapture<l  bong  shall  ever  be, 

Gcxi  hah  been  merciful  to  me,     Amkn. 


II 


All  glory,  hiud,  and  honour. 

/    >*./ •  "Out  o/lhe  mouth  o/iubrs  and  tucklintjs  Thou  hast  perfected  pr  axe  f." 

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(  All    plo  -  ry,    laud,  and    hon   -   our      To  Thee,  Re-deem-er,     King !  )    . 
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The  company  of  angels 
Are  praising  Thee  on  high; 

And  mortal  men,  and  all  things 
Created,  make  reply. 

All  glory,  etc. 

Tho  people  of  the  Ilcbrews 
"With  palms  bctore  Thee  went: 

Our  praise  and  prayer  and  anthems 
Before  Thee  we  present. 

All  glory,  etc. 


5  To  Thee  before  Thy  Passion 

They  sang  their  hymns  of  praise  . 
To  Thee,  now  high  exalted 
Our  melody  we  raise. 

All  glory,  etc. 

G  Thon  didst  accept  their  praises; 
Accept  the  prayers  we  bring, 
Who  in  all  good  delightest, 
Thou  good  and  gracious  King. 

All  glory,  etc.     Amen. 


^Jalm  ^runlian  anti 


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Ride  uii!  ride  on  in  majesty  ! 

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1.  Ride  on  !  ride  on     in    ma  -  jes  -  ty  !   Hark !  till    the  tribes  II u  -  s;iii  -  na    cry  ; 


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2  Ride  on  !  ride  on  in  majesty  ! 
In  lowly  pomp  ride  on  to  die  ; 

O  Christ,  thy  triumphs  now  begin 
O'er  captive  death  and  conquer'd  sin. 

3  Ride  on  !  ride  on  in  majesty  ! 
The  winged  armies  of  the  sky 

Look  down  with  sad  and  wondering  eye« 
To  see  the  approaching  sacrifice. 

4  Ride  on  !  ride  on  in  majesty  ! 

The  last  and  fiercest  strife  is  nigh  ; 
The  Father  on  His  sapphire  throne 
Expects  His  own  anointed  Son. 

C  Ride  on  !  ride  on  in  majesty  ! 
In  lowly  pomp  ride  on  to  die  ; 
Bow  Thy  meek  head  to  mortal  pain. 
Then  take,  O  God,  Thy  power,  and  reign.     Amat 


74 


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Glory  be  to  Jesus. 

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2  Blest  through  endless  ages 

Be  the  precions  stream 
Which  from  endless  torments 

Did  the  world  redeem ! 
Abel's  blood  lor  veugeanoo 

Pleaded  to  the  skies  ; 
But  the  blood  of  Jasus 

For  our  pardon  cries. 

3  Oft  as  earth  exulting 

"NVafts  its  praise  on  high. 
Angel-hosts,  rejoicing, 

Make  their  glad  reply. 
Lift  ye  then  your  voices  ; 

Swell  the  mighty  flood  ; 
Louder  still  and  louder, 

Praise  the  precious  blood.     AiiEN, 


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IJalm  S^uuDai)  auti 


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Now,  my  soul,  thy  voice  upraising. 

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2  SJcourgod  with  unrelenting  fury 

For  the  sins  which  we  deplore. 
By  His  livid  stripes  He  heals  us. 

Raising  us  to  lull  no  more  ; 
All  our  bruises  gently  Kootliing, 

Binding  up  the  bleeding  sore. 

3  See !  His  hands  and  feet  ore  fastened; 

So  He  makes  His  people  free : 
Not  a  wound  whence  blotxl  is  flowing 

But  a  fount  of  gnxce  shxUl  bo  ; 
Yea,  the  very  nuilH  which  noil  Him 

Nail  us  also  to  the  tree. 


4  Through  His  heart  the  spear  is  piercing. 

Though  His  foes  have  seen  Him  die; 
Blood  and  water  thcnco  are  streaming 

In  a  tide  of  mystery, 
W'ator  from  our  guilt  to  cleanse  us. 

Blood  to  win  us  crowns  on  high. 

5  Jesn,  may  these  procions  fountains 

Drink  to  thirsting  souls  afford  ; 
Let  them  bo  otir  cup  and  healing. 

And  at  length  our  full  reward  ; 
So  a  ransomed  world  shall  ever 

Praise  Thee,  its  redeeming  Lord. 

AUEK. 


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Hail,   1  hou  once-despised  Jesus. 

Who,  when  lit  had  purfffd  our  $ins,  tat  down  on  the  right  hand  o/the  Majesty  on  high."  Os.  7^.  i^ • 

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1.  Hail,  Thou  once  dcs  -  pis  -  ed      Jo  -  sus  ;    Hail,  Thou  Gu  -  li   -   lo  -  au  King  ; 


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Paschal  Lamb,  by  God  appointed, 

All  our  sins  were  on  Thee  laid; 
By  Almighty  love  anointed. 

Thou  hast  full  atonement  made. 
All  Thy  people  are  forgiven 

Throucjh  the  ^-i^tue  of  Thy  blood; 
Open'd  is  the  gate  of  heaven. 

Peace  is  made  'twixt  man  and  God. 


4:  Jesus,  hail  !  enthroned  in  glory, 

There  for  ever  to  abide, 
All  the  heavenly  hosts  adore  Thee, 

Seated  at  Thy  Father's  side; 
There  for  sinners  Thou  art  pleading; 

There  Thou  dost  our  place  prepare; 
Evor  for  us  interceding. 

Till  in  glory  we  api)ear. 


"Worship,  honour,  power,  and  blessing 

Thou  art  worthy  to  receive; 
Loudest  praises,  without  ceasing, 

Meet  it  is  for  us  to  give  ! 
Help,  ye  bright  angelic  spirits. 

Bring  your  sweetest,  noblest  lays  ; 
Help  to  sing  our  Saviour's  merits, 

Help  to  chant  Emmanuel's  praise.     Ames. 


77 


IJalm  ^uutiai)  anU 
Who  is  this  that  comes  from  Edom  ? 

■■  WIm  it  tkit  tkat  comuih/rom  Edomt,  %cUX  dyed  gai^M^dsJmm  JiutraX  y  " 
TOMT  Tc««.  , 

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2  'Tis  the  Saviour,  now  victorious, 
Travelliutj  onward  in  His  might; 
'Tis  the  Saviour  ;  O  how  glorious. 

To  His  peopl«%  is  the  sight  1 
Satan  conquered,  and  the  grave, 
Jesus  now  is  strong  to  save. 


3  ^Vhy  that  blood  His  raiment  staining 
Tis  the  blood  of  many  slain  ; 

Of  His  foes  there's  none  remaining. 
None,  the  contest  to  maintain  : 

Fallen  they  are,  no  more  to  rise  ; 

All  their  glory  prostrate  lies. 


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5  Mighty  Victor,  reign  for  ever ; 

Wear  the  crown  so  dearly  won  ; 
Never  shall  Thy  people,  never, 

Cease  to  sing  what  Thou  hast  done; 
Thou  hast  fought  Tny  i)eople'8  foes; 
Thou  hast  healed  Thy  people's  woes. 

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W^c  sing  the  praise  of  Him  Who  died. 

"  The  preadiing  o/Uie  Cross  is  unto  us  who  are  saved  the  power  of  God."  i-".    -M. 


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1.  Wo  singthe  i^raiseof    Him  "\l\lio  died,    Of  Him  Wlio  died  np-oii     the  Cross 


The  sin-ner's  hope  let   men  de  -  ride  :  For  this  we  eoimt  the  world  but  loss.  Amzk  . 

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2  Inscribed  upon  the  Cross  we  see 

In  shining  letters,  God  is  love  : 
He  bears  our  sins  upon  the  tree  : 
Ho  brings  us  mercy  from  above. 

3  The  Cross— it  takes  our  guilt  away; 

It  holds  the  fainting  spirit  up  ; 

It  cheers  with  hope  the  gloomy  day, 

And  sweetens  every  bitter  cup. 


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4  It  makes  the  coward  spirit  brave, 

And  nerves  the  feeble  arm  for  fight; 
It  takes  its  terror  from  the  grave, 

And  gilds  the  bed  of  death  with  light. 

5  The  balm  of  life,  the  cure  of  woe. 

The  measure  and  the  pledge  of  lovp, 
The  sinner's  refuge  here  below, 
The  angels'  theme  in  heaven  above. 
Amen. 


79 


The  Royal  l:ianncrs  forward  go. 

"  Ocd/urbid  UuU  J  tfunUd  glorjf  Bart  in  Ike  Crou  qfour  Lord  Jena  CkritL** 


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2  Tliere  whilst  He  hung,  His  sacred  side 
By  soldiers  spear  was  opened  wide. 
To  cleanse  us  in  the  precious  flood 

Of  water  mingled  with  His  blood. 

3  O  tree  of  glorj',  tree  most  lair, 
Ordiiined  those  holy  limbs  to  bear, 
How  bright  in  purjile  robe  it  stood. 
The  purple  of  a  Saviour's  blood  ! 


, jfz )5zj-u. 

4  Upon  its  arms,  like  balance  true, 

He  weighed  the  price  for  sinners  due. 
The  price  which  none  but  He  could  pay. 
And  spoiled  the  spoiler  of  His  prey. 

5  To  Thee  Eternal  Three  in  One, 
Let  homage  meet  by  all  be  done  : 
As  by  the  Cross  thou  dost  restore, 
So  rule  and  guide  us  evermore. 


8o. 


Behold  the  Lamb  of  God  ! 

'  BtiuM  the  Lamb  qf  God,  which  taJceth  away  the  tint  qftke  world. 


P.   M. 


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2  Behold  tho  Lamb  of  God  ! 

Into  the  Rucrcd  flood 

Of  Thy  most  precious  blood 

My  soul  I  cast  : 
"Wash  me  and  make  me  clean  \\4thin, 
And  kce]->  me  pure  from  every  sin, 

Till  life  bo  past. 


3  Behold  tho  Lamb  of  God  ! 
All  hail,  Incarnate  "NVord, 
Thou  everlasting  Lord, 

Saviour  most  blest; 
Fill  us  with  love  that  never  faints, 
Grant  us  with  all  Thy  blessed  saints, 

Eternal  rest. 


4  Behold,  the  Lamb  of  God  ! 
Worthy  is  He  alone, 
That  citteth  on  the  throne 

Of  God  above  ; 
One  with  the  Ancient  of  all  days, 
One  with  the  Comforter  in  praise, 

All  Li^ht  and  Love.     ^V:mi;n. 


See  the  destined  day  arise. 

"  Js  it  nothing  to  you,  all  ye  that  jynjts  by  ?     Behold  awl  see  if  there  he  any  sorrow  like 
unto  My  sorrow." 


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shame-ful  Cros".    A-mex.     > 


2  Jesns,  who  but  Thou  had  borne 
Lifted  on  that  tree  of  scorn, 
Every  pang  and  bitter  throe. 
Finishing  Thy  life  of  woe  ? 

3  "Who  but  Thou  had  dared  to  drain, 
Steeped  in  gall,  the  cup  of  pain ; 
And  with  tender  body  bear 

Thorns,  and  nails,  and  piercing  spear  ? 


4  Thence  the  clennsing  "Water  flowed. 
Mingled  from  Thy  Side  with  Blood  ; 
Sign  to  all  attesting  eyes 

Of  the  linished  Sacrifice. 

5  Holy  Jesus,  grant  us  grace 
In  that  Sacrifice  to  place 

All  our  trust  for  life  renewed, 

Pardoned  sin,  and  promised  good,  Amex. 


©ooU  Jf riuaj). 


82. 

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Bound  upon  the  accursed  tree. 

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2  Bound  npon  the  aomrp^d  tree, 
Dread  and  nwlnl,  wlio  is  He  ? 
By  the  siin  nt  noondny  pftlo. 
Shivering  rocks,  and  n'ndiug  veil. 
By  tlic  earth  cuwrapt  in  gloom, 
By  the  saints  who  burst  tin  ir  tomb, 
Edon  promised  ore  He  tlied 
To  the  felon  at  His  hide; 
Lord  !  our  suppliant  kni'es  we  bow  ! 
Son  of  (lod  !  'tis  Thou  !  'tis  Thou! 

3.  Bound  upon  the  arcurnrd  tree, 
Bad  and  dying,  who  is  He? 
By  the  last  and  bitter  cry 
Of  the  dying  npony, 
By  the  lifeless  l>ody,  hiid 


In  the  chambers  of  the  dead. 
Bv  the  mourners  come  to  weep 
^^  here  the  l>ones  of  Jesus  j^leep, 
Crucifiod,  we  know  Thee  now  : 
Son  of  Mau  !  'tis  Thou  !  'tis  Thon 

4  Bound  upon  the  occnrsM  tree. 

Dread  and  awful,  v'  !■    "^ 

liy  the  im\v<r  for  1 
"Lord!  thoy  know  :  .  .... 

By  the  t^jwil'd  and  ve, 

By  the  souls  He  d. 
By  the  conquest  He  liu-.  \v<*n. 
By  the  saints  before  His  throne, 
Bv  the  rainbow  rotmd  His  brow. 
Son  of  God !  'tis  Thou  !  'tis  Thou ! 


SXESi. 


iBooTj  Jfvitiaij. 


83 


When  I  survey  the  wondrous  Cross. 

••  God  forbid  that  I  should  glory  save  in  the  Cross  of  our  Lord  Jetus  Christ." 
FinsT  TCNK. 


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My  rich-est  gain  I  count  but  loss,  jiVnd  pour  contempt  on  all     my  prido.  A-mtn. 


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2  Forbid  it,  Lord,  that  I  should  boast, 
Savo  in  the  death  of  Christ,  my  God  : 
All  the  vain  things  that  charm  me  most, 
I  sacrilice  them  to  His  Blood. 


3  See,  from  His  head,  His  hands,  His  feet, 
Sorrow  and  love  flow  mingled  down  ! 
Did  e'er  such  love  and  sorrow  meet  ? 
Or  thorns  compose  so  rich  a  crown  ? 


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4  "Were  the  whole  realm  of  nature  mine. 
That  were  a  tribute  far  too  small; 
Love  so  amazing,  so  di\'ine, 
Demands  my  soul,  my  life,  my  all.     Amen. 


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sur-vcy    the  wondrous  cross     On  which  the  Prince  of    Glo  -  ry   died, 


My  rich-est    gain  I  count  but  loss,  And  pour  contempt  on    all  my  pride.  A-men. 


84. 


|.v« 


Sweet  the  moments,  rieh  in  blessing. 

"i'tito  you  tkerrfort  ychick  Miere  Ue  is  precious." 

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8S.7S. 


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1.  Sweet  thA  moments,  rich    in    blcss-ing,  Wliich  be-fore  the  Cro«B  I  spend, 
^ — sr—^a ,.    .J , — x> — g  .t^    ^ 


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Life,  and  health,  and  peace  possessing  From  the  sin-ner's  dy-ing  Friend-  A-i 


a a. 

fS'  —  -- 


3  Truly  blessed  is  the  station, 
Low  before  Ilis  cross  to  lie  ; 
While  I  see  Divine  compassion 
Beaming  in  His  languid  eye. 


2  Here  I'll  sit,  forever  viewing 

Ml  rev's  streams,  in  streams  of  blood: 
Precious  drops,  my  soul  bedewing, 
Plead,  and  claim  my  peace  with  God, 

4  Lord,  in  ceaseless  contemplation 
Fix  my  tbjinkful  lic;vrt  on  Thee, 
Till  I  taste  Thy  full  salvation 

And  Thine  uuvcilM  mV^xs  s(  e.     Amkx 


85- 


'Tis  finish'd ;  so  the  Saviour  cried. 

lit  said,  It  is/inishe^l :  and  lit  bowed  Hit  head,  and  yatye  tip  the  ghnst. 


L.  M, 


1.  Tis  finished;  ko    the    Saviour  cried.  And  meekly  bowed  His  head  and  died: 


K >      r  '       i 


1    i  g  I 


Tis  finish'd  :  yes,  the  work  is  done.  The  battle  fought,  the  victorj-  won.  A-men. 


rf^f4f^#^pigs- 


(GootJ  Jfriuai). 


2  'Tis  finished:  all  that  heaven  decreed, 
And  all  the  ancient  prophets  said. 

Is  now  iultill'd,  as  long  designed, 
In  Me,  the  Saviour  of  mankind. 

3  'Tia  finished  :  Aaron  now  no  more 
Must  stain  His  robes  with  purple  gore 
The  sucred  veil  is  rent  in  twain. 

And  Jewish  rites  no  more  remuin. 


A  'Tis  finished:  this  My  dying  groan 
Shall  sins  of  every  kind  atone: 
Millions  shall  bo  redeem'd  from  death, 
By  this.  My  last  expiring  breath. 

5  'Tis  finished:  heaven  is  reconciled, 
j      And  all  the  powers  of  darkness  spoiled: 

Peace,  love,  and  happiness,  again 
I      Eeturn  and  dwell  with  sinful  men. 


86 


6  Tis  finished:  let  the  joyful  sound 

Be  heard  through  all  the   nations  round: 

'Tis  finished:  lit  the  echo  fly 

Through  heaven  and  hell,  through  earth  and  sky .    Amen. 

Go  to  dark  Gethsemane. 

Ktmembfring  mine  affliction  and  my  misery,  the  ■wormwood  and  Uie  gall." 


Six  7j 


Your  Re  -  deem-er's     con-  flict     see,      Watch  with  Him  one     bit  -  ter    hour: 


2  Follow  to  the  judgment-hall; 

View  the  Lord  of  life  arrai'cjn'd; 
O  the  wormwood  and  the  gall ! 

O  the  pangs  His  soul  sustain 'd  I 
Shun  not  suffering,  shame,  or  loss ; 
Learn  of  Him  to  bear  the  cross. 

3  Calvary's  mournful  mountain  climb  ; 

There,  adoring  at  His  feet, 
Mark  the  miracle  of  time, 

God's  own  sacrifice  complete; 
•It  is  finish'd  !'  hear  Him  cry  ; 
Learn  of  Jesus  Christ  to  die.     Amen. 


87 


O  Sacred  Head,  now  wounded. 

'•  M'hu  Ivrrd  mt  and  gar*  tliwitttj for  mt." 
Yvua  TrxE. 

/TN  .  .  I 


7S.6S.D. 


^Jlr^dizr^zj^^ 


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2Z: 


-A 


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3ZIE 


J    (    O       KA -  creil  Head,  uow     wound -t<l,       With  ^jri^f  and  hLamobow'd  down,  J 
'  )  Now  Hcom-ful  -  ly      hut  -  round  -  ed      With  thoniB,  Tbinoon- ly      crown.  \ 


'\Vlmt  Thon,  my  Ivord,  host  snflfered 

*  Was  ftll  for  sinners'  gain  : 
Mine,  niino  was  the  transgression, 

lint  Thine  the  deadly  pain. 
Lo,  here  I  full,  my  Sa\iour: 

'Tiri  I  deserve  Thy  place; 
Look  on  me  with  Thy  favour, 

Vouchsafe  to  mo  Thy  grace. 
The  joy  can  ne'er  bo  srxjken, 

Above  all  joys  besido. 
When  in  Thv  Body  broken 

I  thus  witti  safety  hide. 
Lord  of  my  life,  desiring 

Thy  glorj-  now  to  see, 
BoKid**  ThyCrosa  expiring, 

I'd  breatho  my  soul  to  Thee. 


1  What  langnnge  shall  I  borrow 

To  thank  Thee,  dearest  Friend 
For  this  Thy  dying  sorrow, 

Thv  pity  without  end? 
O  make  me  Thine  forever; 

And  shoidd  I  fainting  be. 
Lord,  let  mo  never,  never 

Outlive  my  love  for  Thee. 
5  Be  ne^-ur  me  when  I'm  dying, 

O  show  Thy  Oo«s  to  me : 
And  to  nav  s 

Come,  Lor  roe. 

These  eyes,  liv ,.  •  ing. 

From  Jesus  sb::  l; 

For  he,  who  dies  i 

Dies  safely  through  Thy  love. 


AXEK. 


^"-sl 


1.      ()      sa  -  cred  Head,  once  wound  -  e<l.     With  grief    and  shame  bow'd  down. 


=-*-'»      ry 


i 


iSooZi  Jfritjaij 


ErE^S£EES^ES 


U. 


^ajaEiE 


Now  scorn  -  ful  -     ly 


llpgliHiliii 

sur  -  round-cd,     With  thorns  Thino   on  -  ly    crown. 


^^^^^k^mmMmmm^^m 


O        sii  -  crod  Head,  what    glo  -  ry,     AMiat  bliss     till      now  wan  Thine ! 


Yet,  though  des-pised  and    go 


I      joy      to      cull  Tnee  mine.     A-aiEN 

PMpili^iiSliiii^liiilli^ 

Hark !  the  voice  of  love  and  mercy 

"It  is  finished." 


88. 


8S.7S.4. 


1.   Hark!  the  voice    of    love    and  mer  -  cy      Sounds  a  -  loud  from  Cal  -  va  -ry; 

(2.       ^.       Si       ^.       -^  ^  ^         J^l  m         ^        ■^■'^ 


^S^=:d=:dzr 


Sec,     it  rends  the  rocks  a 


sun  -  der,     Shakes  the  earth,  and  veils  the      sky! 


d=pg=:ia=j^=i=n=^=^^— bj — I— bj- — i~r     u — =a 


fin-ished!  It 

-^     -^     .(=- 


is    fin-ished!"  Hear  the    dy  -  ing    Savioiir    cry.  A  -  amx. 


^Ipiili 


Li 1 U _ , 


i^iippali 


2  "It  is  finished  !"  O  what  pleasure 

Do  the  precious  words  afford  ! 
Heavenly  blessings,  without  measure. 
Flow  to  us  from  Christ  tho  Lord. 

•'It  is  finished  !" 
Saints  the  d}^ng  words  record. 

3  Finished  all  tho  types  andshadov,-:; 

Of  the  ceremonial  law; 
Finish'd  all  that  God  had  promised : 


Death  and  hell  no  more  shall  awe : 

"It  is  finished  !"' 
Saints  from  henco  your  comfort  draw. 
4  Tune  your  harps  anew,  ye  seraphs : 
Strike  them  to  Emmanuel's  name ; 
All  on  earth,  and  all  in  heaven. 
Join  the  triumph  to  proclaim. 

Hallelujah ! 
Glorj'  to  the  bleeding  Lamb  I     .Vmzk. 


89. 


GooH  JfriHan. 
O  come  and  mourn  with  nic  awhile. 

•'  Tkry  cntCtOd  JJim," 


1.  O  como  and  mourn  vritli  mo    a  -  while  ;  O  come  yo    to     the    Sariour's  side  ; 


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come,  to-geth-cr    let  na  mourn;  Jc - sns,  our  Lord,  ia   cru-ci-fied.     A-mkx. 


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90 


2  Have  yc  no  tears  to  shed  for  Him, 

While  soldiers  scoff  and  Jews  deride  ? 
Ah  !  look  how  patiently  He  hangs  ; 
Jesus,  our  Lord,  is  crucified, 

3  Seven  times  He  spake,  seven  words  of  love 

And  all  three  hours  His  silence  critd 
For  mercy  on  the  souls  of  men; 
Jesus,  our  Lord,  is  crucified. 

4  A  broken  heart,  a  fount  of  tears. 

Ask,  and  they  will  not  bo  denied  ; 
Lord  Jesu,  may  we  love  and  weep. 

Since  Thou  for  us  art  crucified.     AiiZK. 

(Pastrr  (Pbcu. 
Resting  from  His  work  to-day 


"And  v\tn  JotrpK  had  takm  the  Body,  he  wrapped  It  in  a  deam  linen  clalk,  ar^i 
•     laid  It  in  hi*  own  new  toimb,  which  he  had  hewn  otU  in  the  rock.     .     .     .     And  there 
wat  Mary  Magdalene  €md  the  other  Mary,  sitting  omer  againat  the  mjmlckrt." 


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1.   Kt-st  -  iug  from  His   work     to-day. 


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In     the   tomb  the    Sav-iour    lay; 
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Still     Ho    slept,  from  Head   to    Foot    Shroud-ed 
(2_    -^      -^      J2.     .^     u2. 


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the    rock    a -lone,    Ilid-den    by    tlio  seal-ed  stono.     A-irEK. 
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2  La  to  at  even  there  was  seen 
Watching  long  the  Magdalene; 
Early,  ere  the  break  of  day, 
Sorrowful  she  took  her  way 
To  the  holy  garden  glade, 
Where  her'bui-ied  Lord  was  laid. 


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3  So  with  Thee,  till  life  shall  end, 
I  would  solemn  vigil  spend  : 
Let  me  hew  Thee,  Lord,  a  shrine 
In  this  rocky  heart  of  mine, 
Where  in  puro  embalmed  cell 
None  but  Thou  may  ever  dwell. 


4  Myrrh  and  spices  will  I  bring. 
True  affection's  offering  ; 
Close  the  door  from  sight  and  sound 
Of  the  busy  world  around; 
And  in  patient  watch  remain 
Till  my  Lord  appear  again.     Amen. 

Pain  and  toil  are  over  now. 

V_J  X   •         "  Th<>n  took  they  Vie  Body  of  Jesus,  and  wound  It  in  linen  clothes  vAth  th't  spices.'* 


-sr    -^    -&     \ 
1.  Pain   and   toil    are 


vcr    now,    Bring  the  spice  and  bring  the  myrrh, 


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Fold  the  limb  and  bind  the  brow     In    the  rich  man's  se  -  pul  -  chre.     A  -  acen. 

J  _         I 


2  Sin  has  bruised  the  Victor's  heel; 
Roll  the  stone  and  guard  it  well; 
Bring  tlie  Roman's  boasted  seal. 
Bring  Lis  boldest  sentinel. 


3  Yet  the  morning's  purple  ray 
Shall  present  a  glorious  sight. 
Stone  by  earthquake  roll'd  away. 

An  gel  guards  all  robed  in  white.  Amex. 


92 


(Pa^trr  (Pbrn. 
All  is  o'er,  the  pain,  the  sorrow. 

'-  And  laid  Him  in  a  itfuickre  wkick  imu  kewrn  out  e/a  rock," 


8s.  7s.  7s, 


"■fiEl^-ili-^.,::.- 


I 


1.  All    is     o'er,  the  i>ain,  the    Bor-row„   Hu-n 


od  Sa>  tan't  spite 


Death  shull  bo     des-poiled  to  -  nior-roTT      Of     the  Prey  he  grasps  to  -  night 


I 


^^^spSi^^^^sB 


Yet  oaco  more,  His  owu  to 


save,  Christ  most  iileep  within 


he  grave.    A  -  hex. 


2  Fierce  and  deadly  was  the  anguish 

On  the  bitter  crosR  He  bore: 

How  did  soul  and  body  languish. 

Till  the  toil  of  death' wivs  o'er ! 

But  that  toil,  so  fierce  and  dread, 

Bruised  and  crushed  the  serpent's  head. 


3  CloRe  and  still  the  tomb  that  holds  Him 
While  in  brief  repose  He  lies ; 
Deep  the  slumb<  r  that  enfolds  Him, 

Veiled  awhile  from  mortal  eyes: 
Slumber  such  as  needs  must  be 
After  hard-won  victory. 


4  So  this  ni^ht,  with  voice  of  sadnesH 
Chant  the  anthem  soft  and  low; 
Loftior  strains  of  praise  and  pladness 
From  to-morrow's  hari>s  shall  flow: 
Death  and  hell  at  length  are  slain, 
Christ  hath  triumphed,  Christ  dotii  reign. 


AXXN*. 


93 


I  would  not  live  alway :   1  ask  not  to  stay 

••  /  ttrmJil  not  lirt  atimy." 
TiasT  Tcxx. 


115.12: 


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stay  Where  storm  af 


would  not  live  al  -  way :  I     ask  not  to 


32af5trr  ?3hrn. 


storm  ris-es  dark  o'er  the    way 


Tho    few  lu- rid  mornings  that  dawn  on  us 


^mmmmimmmmm^ 


would  not  live  alwny,  thns  fettor'd  l>y  sin,      1  4  Who.  who  would  live  alway,  away  from  his 
'IVniptatiou  without  and  corruption  wilhin  :       i         God  ; 
E'en  the   rapture    ot  pardon  id  uiiugled  with       Away  from  yon  heaven,  that  bliRsful   abode, 

feai-js,  i     Where  the  livers  of  pleasure  tiow  oer  tho 

And   the  t-up  of  thanksgiving    with  penitent  j         bright  plains, 

tears.  I     And  the  uooutide  of  glory  eternally  reigns  ; 

3  1  would  not    live    alway;  no,    welcome  the,  5  Where  the  saints  of  all  ages  in  harmony  meet, 
touili :  *  I     Their  Saviour    and  brethren,    transported,  to 

Since  Jesus  Jiath  lain  there,  I   dread  not  its  j         greet ; 

gloom;  While  the  anthems  of  rapture  unceasincrly  roll, 

rhere.  sweet  be  my  rest,  till  He  bid  me  arise     j     And  the  smile  of  thcLord  islhe  feast  of  the  soul. 
To  hail  Iliiii  iu  triumph  descending;  tho  skies.    ,  Amen. 


93 


Second  Tr>'E. 


115. I2S. 


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I         111 


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1.      I    would  not    live    al-way:     I       ask  not      to    stay  Where  storm  af  -  t^r 


~^-^T^—m-»-r^ '^ ^ — rtS ? ^-—-r^ S ^--r-c 


I^-g— E3^:zg:izE^^g=g-feJ^i:i^SJ^=::i^i::^^T-i— i 


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storm    ris 


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es    dark   o'er  the  way; 


lu  -  rid    moru-ings    that 


LE-te 


dawn  on    us      hero.  Are  enough  for  life's  woes,  fall  enough  for  its  cheer.  A-men. 

^iiiiiii=iftiiiiiiiiiiiSlpi 


94 


(Dasicr  (J?bcn. 
God  of  my  life,  O  Lord  most  high, 

••  O  Lord  God  <ffmy  taivalion,  J  have  triad  day  and  nigiU  h^croe  Tkee," 


L.  M. 


,1         L      -ST         ^ 

1.  God  of    uiv    life 


O  Lord  meet  high,    To  Thoe  by    day    and  night  I 


m^ms 


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Vouchsafe  my  mournful  voice  to  hear,    To  my  dis-trees  incline  Thine  ear.    A  -  vizx. 


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3lIIl-;g.^^^-fc=3 


2  Like  those  whoso  strength  nnd  hopes  are  fled, 
They  number  me  amoupj  the  dead  ; 

Like  those  who,  shrouded  iu  the  grave, 
From  Thee  no  more  remembrance  have. 

3  Wilt  Thou  by  miracle  revive 

The  dead,  whom  Thou  forsook'st  alive? 
Sbiall  the  mute  p^ve  Thy  love  confess, 
A  mouldering  tomb  Thy  faithfulness  ? 

4  To  Thee,  O  Lord,  I  cry  forlorn. 

My  prayer  prevents  the  early  mom  : 
Why  hast  Thou,  Lord,  my  soul  forsook, 
Kor  once  vouchsafed  a  gracious  look  ? 

5  Companions  dear  and  friends  beloved 
Far  from  m  y  sight  thou  hast  removed  : 
God  of  my  life,  O  Lord  most  high. 
Vouchsafe  to  hear  my  mournful  cry!    Amt:x. 

My  grateful  soul  shall  bless  the  Lord. 

v^   S  •  "  /  AaM  td.  Gitd  always  h^ort  wu  ;  for  He  i$  on  my  rigkt  \a»d,  tker^re  I  ukaU  not/aZL"    (^*   M* 


I 


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1.  My    grate-fttl    soul  shall  bleaa  the    Lord,  Whose  pre- cepts  gire  me     light; 


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And  pri-vato  coun-scl   still    nf  -  ford 


In     sor-row's  dis  -  mal  night.    A 


P^pp^ppafip^^^g 


r 

2  Thcreforo  my  heart  all  grief  defies, 

My  glory  does  rejoice ; 
My  ilesh  shall  rest,  in  hope  to  rise, 
Waked  by  His  powerful  voice. 

3  Thou,  Lord,  when  I  resign  my  breath, 

Mv  soul  from  hell  shalt  free; 
Nor  let  Thy  Holy  One  in  death 
The  least  corruption  see. 

4  Thou  shalt  the  paths  of  life  display 

Which  to  Thy  presence  lead; 
\Miere  pleasures  dwell  without  allay, 
And  joys  that  never  fade.     Amen. 


96 


This  life's  a  dream,  an  empty  show. 

"VThen  I  atcake  I  shall  be  satisfied  with  Tliy  likeness." 

1 


L.  M. 


1^ 


1.  This  life's  a  dream,  an   emp-ty    show  ;  But  the  bright  world  to  which  I     go 

1       i 


ii^^ii^S^SiPiP? 


Hath  joys  sub-stan-tial  and  sin-cere  :  When  shall  I  wake  and  find  me  there.  Amen. 


gSfJigjfe^g 


'EFeFSESEFg^^^EF 


I 

2  O  glorious  hour!  O  blest  abode! 
I  shall  be  near  and  like  my  God, 
And  flesh  and  sense  no  more  control 
The  sacred  pleasures  of  the  soul. 

3  My  flesh  shall  slumber  in  the  ground 
Till  the  last  trumpet's  joyful  sound; 
Then  burst  the  chains  with  sweet  surprise, 
And  in  my  Saviour's  image  rise.     Am£N. 


97 


It  is  not  death  to  die. 

••  /  AaU  not  die,  but  lir^" 
Tan  Ten. 


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n  It  is  not  denth  to  bear 

The  wrench  that  sets  ns  free 
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4  It  is  not  death  to  fling 

Aside  this  sinful  dust. 
And  rise,  on  strong  exulting  wing. 
To  live  among  the  just 

5  Jesus,  Thou  Prince  of  life! 

Thy  chosen  cannot  die  ; 
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2  Love's  redeeming  -work  is  done, 
Fought  tho  fight,  the  victory  won: 
Jesus'  agony  is  o'er. 
Darkness  veils  the  earth  no  more. 


98. 


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3  Vain  the  Ptone,  the  watch,  the  seal, 
Christ  hath  burst  the  gates  of  hell; 
Death  in  vain  forbids  Him  rise, 
Christ  hath  open'd  Paradise. 

4  Soar  we  now  where  Christ  hath  led, 
Following  our  exalted  Head; 
Made  like  Him,  like  Him  we  rise; 
Ours  the  cross,  the  grave,  the  skies.     Amek. 


Second  Titje. 


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2  H\Tnns  of  praiso  then  let  us  sing 
Unto  Christ,  our  heavenly  King, 
Who  endured  the  Cross  and  grave, 
Sinners  to  redeem  and  save. 

Alleluia  ! 


3  But  the  pains  vhich  He  endured 
Our  salvation  have  procured  ; 
Now  above  the  sky  He's  King, 
Where  the  angehi  ever  sing. 

Alleluia!     Axsx. 


(Paster. 


99 


Jesus  Christ  is  risen  to-day. 

"  //«  ij  not  hfTf;  Ilr,  w  riten."  7'' 

Second  Td:»e.  with  Alleluia. 


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2  Hymns  of  praise  then  let  ns  sing 
Unto  Christ,  our  heavenl}''  King, 
"Who  endured  the  Cross  and  grave, 
Sinners  to  redeem  and  save. 

Alleluia ! 

3  But  the  pains  which  He  endured 
Our  salvation  have  procured; 
Now  above  the  sky  He's  King, 
"Where  the  angels  ever  sing, 

.\lleluia  I     AxTEN. 


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T  r\Q      At  the  Lamb's  high  feast  we  sing. 

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2  Where  the  Paschal  blood  is  poured. 
Death's  dark  an  pel  Rheathes  nis  sword; 
IhTacl's  hosts  tritimplmut  go 
Through  the  wave  tliat  drowns  the  foe. 
Pmiso  wo  rhrist.  Whoso  Hloo<l  wjis  nhed, 
PiiKchal  Victim,  Paschal  Bread; 
With  hincerity  and  lovo 
Il;it  wc  jiuuua  from  iiliovc. 


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3  Mighty  Victim  from  the  sky ! 

Hell's  fierce  powers  beneath  Thee  lie  ; 
Thou  hast  ronqnorofl  in  the  fipht, 


Thou  bi      " 

"ife  and  light 

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Now  no  : 

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Thonhu 

Paradise, 

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lintii  shall  rise. 

I"     t'-r  triumph,  Easter  joy. 
Si  :done  can  this  destroy  ; 
1  r  Tu  sin's  power  do  Thou  Fot  free 
N  uls  new-l)orn,  O  Lonl,  in  Thee, 
llynius  of  ^?lory  nnd  of  jimise, 
Kison  Ijord,  to  Tlu  o  we  raise  ; 
Holv  Fathrr.  praise  to  Thee. 
WilL  the  Spint,  ever  be,     .^^cbk. 


(Paster. 


lOI. 


Angels,  roll  the  rock  away ! 

"  yow  is  Christ  nsmfrom  the  dead." 
FinsT  Tune. 


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Al  -  le  -  lu  -  ia,    Al  -  lo  -  hi  -  ia,  Christ  the  Lord    is  risen  to  -  day.     A-men. 


^iipppi^iiiyiilpiiliiMiililgiiii 

r>.  till  1  i  t  I  -t^-'      I 


2  Shout,  ye  sen\pbs;  ano;els,  raise 
Your  eternal  song  of  praise; 
Let  the  earth's  remotest  bound 
Echo  to  the  blissful  sound. 

Alleluia !  alleluia  ! 
Cbrist  the  Lord  is  I'iseu  to-dav. 


3  Holy  Father,  Holy  Son, 
Holy  Spirit,  Three  in  One, 
Glory  as  of  old  to  Thee, 
Now  and  evermore  shall  be. 

Alleluia  !  alleluia! 
Christ  the  Lord  is  risen  to-day.    ^Vhen. 


lOI, 


Second  Tuxe. 


P.  M. 

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1.  An  -  gels,    roll      the  rock      a  -  way!  Death, yield  up 


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the     migh  -  (y   Prcv 


See,     the    Sav  -  iour    quits    tho    tomb,  Glow  -  ing  with    im  -  mor  -  tal  bloom. 


Al  -    lo  -  lu  -  ia. 


Al  -  Ic  -lu  -  ia,  Christ  the  Lord  is      risen  to-day.    A-3ien 

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CJajJter. 

T  r\^     Come  see  the  place  where  Jesus  lay. 


••  TfK  FirH-begoOen  i^tkt  dead. 


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2  O  joyful  sound !  O  glorious  hour, 
"NNTien  by  His  own  Almighty  power 

He  rose  and  left  the  grave  ! 
Now  lot  our  songs  His  triumph  tell, 
^^'ho  liurst  the  bunds  of  death  and  hell. 
And  over  lives  to  save. 


3  The  First-begotten  of  the  dead. 
For  us  He  rose,  our  glorious  Head, 

Immortal  lilo  to  bring  ; 
What  though  the  wiin'--  1  i--  nim  shulldifl^ 
Thi'y  filinre  their  Ixii  ry, 

And  triumph  with  t.        i-    j. 

4  No  more  they  tremble  at  the  grave,  »' 

For  Jesus  will  their  spirits  save. 

And  raise  their  slumbering  dust  : 
O  risen  Lord,  in  Thee  we  live. 
To  Thee  our  ransora'd  souls  we  give, 

To  Thee  our  bodies  trust.     .V^n:^. 


The  strife  is  o'er,  the  battle  done. 

O  ting  unto  the  Lord  a  ntw  song:  for  ll-t  hatli  done  marvclUnu  Uiingt. 


P.  M. 


^^l^^jl^^iiEg^_bE#^pii 


1 .  The  strife  is    o'er,  the   bat  -  tie   done  ;  The  vie  -  to  -  ry     of    life      is    won  ; 


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2  The  powers  of  Death  have  done  their  worst, 
But  Christ  their  legions  hath  dispersed: 
Let  shout  of  holy  joy  outburst, 

Alleluia  ! 

3  The  three  sad  days  are  quickly  sped  ; 
He  rises  glorious  from  the  dead  : 

All  glory  to  our  risen  Head  ! 

Alleluia! 

4  He  closed  the  yawning  gates  of  hell, 
The  bars  from  heaven's  high  portals  fell; 
Let  hymns  of  praise  His  triumphs  tell ! 

Alleluia  \ 

5  Lord  !  by  the  stripes  which  wounded  Thee, 
From  Death's  dread  sting  Thy  servants  free. 
That  we  may  live  and  sing  to  Thee, 

Alleluia ! 


M  -  Ic  -  In 


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Amtm;  amd  have  tke  kept  ^keil  and  o/deatk." 

/t\  If.. 


P.  M. 


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2  Jesus  lives:  henceforth  is  death 

But  the  pate  of  Life  immortal; 
This  shall  calm  our  trombling  breath, 
"NVhen  we  pass  if:  gloomy  portal 

Alleluia ! 

3  Jesus  lives:  for  us  lie  died: 

Then,  alone  to  Jesus  lining. 
Pure  in  heart  may  we  abide, 
Glorv  to  our  Saviour  .qi^iiig. 

Allleluial 


4  Jesus  lives :  our  hearts  know  well 

Nouj^ht  from  us  liis  love  shall  sever; 
Life,  nor  death,  nor  powers  of  hell 
Tear  us  from  His  keeping  ever. 

Alldoia! 

5  Jesus  lives  :  to  ITim  the  throne 

Over  all  tbe  world  is  given  : 
May  we  go  where  He  is  gone, 
llest  and  reign  with  Him  in  hcaveu. 
Alleluia!    Amiin. 


105 


llic  Day  of  Resurrection  ! 

"Jettu  nut  them  saying,  '  All  hail.'  " 
Tan  TrxE. 


7s.6s.D. 


I  _  _  _ 

1.  Tho    Day   of     Bo  -  sor  -  rec  -  tion !    Earth,  tell     it       out     a  -  broad ; 

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2  Our  hearts  be  pnro  from  evil, 

That  vra  may  see  aright 
The  Lord  in  rays  eternal 

Of  rosurrection-light; 
And,  listening  to  His  accents. 

May  hear,  so  calm  and  plain. 
His  own  "All  hail  !"  and,  hearing, 

May  rjiise  the  victor-strain. 


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3  Now  let  the  heavens  be  joj-ful ! 

Let  earth  lier  song  begin! 
Let  the  round  world  keep  triumph, 

And  all  that  is  therein! 
Invisible  and  visible, 

Their  notes  let  all  tlnngs  blend. 
For  Christ  the  Lord  hath  risen, 

Our  Joy  that  hath  no  end.     AiEsx. 


105. 


t&e^r 


Secokd  Tr>-T:. 


-§-iziJ^^iEEg^Ei^i5^=g-Ein=l 


bg-Eg: 


7s.6s.D. 


1.    The  Day  of    Re-sur-rection!  Earth,  tell  it  out  a-broad;  The  Pass  -  o  -  ver  of 


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gladness,  The  Pass-o-ver  of  God.  From  death  to  life  e  -  ter-nal,From  this  world  to  the 


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sky,  Our  Christ  hath  brought  us  o  -  ver  "SVith  h"s-mns  of  vie  -  to  -  rr. 


AjMEy. 


1— J— ^- 


mmf^E^m^MmMMEMm^mmwM 


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1 06. 


Christ  the  Lord  is  risen  again. 

"  .l»<iliiifl  /  for  Ikt  Urd  G«d  Ommiptttmt  rtigmtlk." 


7« 


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1.  Christ  the  Lord  is  risen  a-gain,  Christ  hath  broken    er-ery  chain;  Hark, an-gcl .  io 


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:V?i=E^ 


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2  He  who  gave  for  us  His  life, 
AMio  for  us  outlurt'd  the  Ktrifc, 
Is  our  Pa-schal  Lamb  to-<L'y; 

Wo  too  sing  for  joy,  and  nay      Alleluia! 

3  He  who  bore  nil  pain  and  less 
C<nv'    r'l-  —  y:\x)n  the  Cross, 
LiN  .  now  on  high, 
PK..               ^  r-iid  bears  our  crv; 

Aileluii! 

4  He  who  slumbered  in  the  grave 
Is  exalted  now  to  save; 


Now  through  Christendom  it  rings 

That  the  Lamb  ia  King  of  khigs.  Alklnia! 

5  Now  Ho  bido  n«»  toll  abroad 
How  t"     ■  ■     restored. 
How  ;  r-iven. 

How  v^  ;.. .  1^  .>  ..iicr  heaven.     AUelaia! 

6  Thou,  our  Paschal  Lamb  indeed, 
Clirist  Thy  rar>-  —  ^  -  -  -'•'•'  ^--  -'• 
Take  our  sins  r 

L^t  us  bing  by  :.. 

Alleluia !     \xxs. 


107 


He  is  risen !     He  is  risen  ! 

••  TKf  Lord  is  ritm  indeed." 


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2  Glory  to  Grod,  in  full  anthems  of  joy! 

The  being  He  gave  us,  death  cannot  destroy; 
Sad  were  the  life  we  must  part  with  to-moirow, 

K  tears  were  our  birtbri£,'ht.  and  death  were  our  end  ? 
But  Jesus  hath  cheered  the  dark  valley  of  sorrow, 

And  bade  us.  immortal,  to  heaven  ascend. 
Lift  your  glad  voices  in  triumph  on  high, 
Jesus  hath  risen,  and  man  shall  not  die .     Amttv. 


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To  sin,  and  live  with  Him  on  high. 


1 3  To  Him  "WTio  now  for  ns  doth  plead. 
And  heli>eth  us  in  all  our  need. 


Sing  we  Alleluia  ! 
To  Him  "NMio  rose  that  we  might  rise, 
And  reign  with  Ilim  beyond-thc  skies, 

SSing  wo  Alleluia  ! 
To  Him  bo  glory  evermore  : 
Ye  heavenly  hosts,  your  Lord  adore  ; 

Sing  we  Alleluia  I 
To  Father.  Sou,  and  Holy  Ghost, 
Our  God  most  great,  our  joy.  our  boast. 
Sing  we  AllVluia ! 

{Ending  to  tXe  Last  Stanza.) 


Sing  we  Alleluia ! 
To  Him  "Who  doth  prepare  on  high 
Our  home  in  immortality. 

Sing  wo  Nil'  i'^''^  ! 


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Thou  art  my  Son,  this  day  have  I  begotttn  The' 


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2  Attend,  O  earth,  whilst  I  declare 
God's  uncontroll'd  decree: 
'  *Thou  art  my  Son,  this  day  my  heir 
Have  I  begotten  Thee. 


3  "Ask,  and  receive  Thy  full  demands  : 
Thine  shall  the  heathen  be; 
Tho  utmost  limits  of  the  lands 
Shall  be  possessed  by  Thee."    Amex. 


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Once  the  angel  started  back. 

'CJn-ist  our  Pcissover  is  sacrifictd  for  us;  therefore  let  tcs  kerp  Ihefcasf. 


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2  Now  our  Passover  is  come, 
Dimly  shadowed  in  the  past, 
And  the  very  Paschal  Lamb, 

ChrLst  the  Lord,  is  slain  at  last. 
Then  with  hearts  and  hands  made  meet, 
Ouv  unlsaven'd  bread  v.-oll  oat. 


3  Blessed  Victim  sent  from  heaven, 
■\Vhom  all  angel  hosts  obey. 
To  ^\'hosc  will  all  earth  is  given. 

At  "WTjose  word  hell  shrinks  away, 
Thou  hast  conquer'd  death's  dread  strife, 
Thou  hast  brought  us  light  and  life.  Amen. 


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T  T  ^        Joys  fills  the  dwelling  of  tiic  just. 


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To  which  the  just  repair, 
That  I  may  enter  in,  and  praise 
My  great  Deliverer  there. 

3  That  which  the  builders  once  refused, 

Is  now  the  Comcr-btone  : 
This  is  the  wondrous  work  of  God, 
The  work  of  God  alone. 


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Exalt  their  cheerful  voice  : 

•'  Lord,  we  beseech  Thee,  save  ns  now, 
And  make  us  still  rejoice.** 

6  O  then  with  me  give  thanks  to  God. 
"VNTio  still  does  gracious  prove ; 
And  let  iho  tribute  of  our  praise 
Bo  endless  as  His  love. 


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Lord,  send  Thy  promised  Com-fort  -  er,     And  lead      us    to     Thy  Eest.     Amtk. 


2  Thou  art  gone  up  on  high; 

But  Thou  didst  first  come  down, 
Through  earth's  most  bitter  misery', 

To  pass  imto  Thy  crown; 

And  girt  with  griefs  and  fears 

Our  onward  course  must  l)c; 
But  only  let  that  path  of  tears 

Lead  us  r.t  last  to  Thee. 


3  Thou  art  gone  up  on  high ; 

But  Thou  shalt  come  again. 
With  all  the  bright  ones  of  the  sky 

Attendant  in  Thy  train. 

O  by  Thy  saving  power, 

So  make  us  live  and  die, 
That  wc  may  stand,  in  that  dread  hour 

At  Thy  right  hand  on  high.     Amen. 


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1  lail  the  day  that  sees  Him  rise. 


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Lift  your  h«uL<,  etermil  gates; 
Wide  unfold  (ho  r.iditiut  Kceue, 
Take  the  King  of  Glory  in. 

8  Him  though  highest  heaven  receive 
Still  He  loves  the  earth  He  leaves: 
Though  returning  to  His  throne, 
btill  He  culls  mankind  His  own. 


See,  H6  lifts  His  hands  above; 
See,  He  shows  the  prints  of  love; 
Hark,  His  gracious  lij..i  bestow— 
Blessings  on  His  Church  below. 
Still  for  us  His  death  He  pleads; 
I'revalent,  He  intercedes; 
Near  Himself  jirepares  our  place, 
Harbinger  of  human  race 


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High  above  yon  azure  height. 
Grant  our  hearts  may  thither  rise. 
Following  Thee  beyond  the  skies.  Ah£.v. 


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.  lu  -  ia.     Ro  -  os-ccnds  His  na  -  tivo  heaven.  Al  -  le  -  lu  -  ia.     Akek. 

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2  Crown  the  Saviour,  angels  crown  Him; 

Rich  the  trophies  Jesus  brings; 

On  the  scat  of  povrcr  enthrone  Him, 

"While  the  vault  of  heaven  rings; 

Crown  Him !  Crown  Him  ! 
Crown  the  Saviour  King  of  kings. 

3  Sinners  in  derision  crowned  Him, 

Mocking  thus  the  Saviour's  claim; 

Saints  and  angels  crowd  arouud  Him, 

Own  His  title,  praise  His  Name  : 

Crown  Him  !  Crown  Him  ! 
Spread  abroad  the  Victor's  fame  ! 

4  Hark  !  those  bursts  of  acclamation ! 

Hark  !  those  loud  triumphant  chords  ! 
Jesus  takes  the  highest  station ; 
O  what  joy  the  sight  affords  ! 
Crown  Him  !  Crown  Him  ! 
King  of  kings,  and  Lord  of  lords.    Amen. 


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Trown  Mini  with  many  crowns. 

"  And  on  Ua  head  were  aumjr  erowmt." 


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The  GrOil  inearuato  Ixim, 

^VhoBe  arm  those  crimson  trophies  won 

Which  now  His  brow  adorn. 

Fruit  of  the  Mystic  Rose, 

True  Bronch  of  Jesse's  stem, 
TliO  Root  whence  mercy  ever  Jlows.  -  - 

The  Babo  of  Bethlehem  ! 

3  Crown  Him  tlio  Lord  of  Love  1 
Bt'lu)ld  His  bauds  aud  side, — 

TIjoso  wouuds,  yet  visible  above. 

In  U-autv  ^^'lorified: 

No  an^cf  in  tho  sky 

Can  ftdly  l>car  that  si  phi. 
But  downward  bcmU  His  wondering  eye 

At  mysteries  so  bright. 


4.  Crown  Him  tho  Lord  of  Peace ! 

"WTiose  power  a  sceptro  sways 
In  heaven  and  earth,  that  wars  may  ceaae. 

And  all  be  praver  and  praise. 

His  reign  slialf  know  no  end  ; 

And  round  His  pierced  feet 
Fair  flowers  of  Paradise  extend 

Their  fragrance  ever  sweet. 

5  Crown  Him  th<»  T/ord  of  heaven! 

Onowith  ('      "    '       kuown, — 
And  the  bit-  rough  Him  given 

From  von...  i    .  ♦i"->no  ! 

All  hall.  Rede.  : 

For  Thou  hast  c  .^  : 

Thy  praise  and  glorv-  sliull  not  fail 

Throughout  eternity.     Ajien. 


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Our  Lord  is  risen  from  the  dead. 

"  'J'hou  hast  Ird  captivity  capticr." 


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2  There  His  triumphal  chariot  waits, 

And  angels  chant  the  solemn  lay: 
Lift  up  your  heads,  ye  heavenly  gates, 
Ye  everlasting  doors,  give  waj'. 

3  Loose  all  your  bars  of  massy  light. 

And  v.ide  unfold  the  radiant  scene; 
He  claims  those  mansions  as  His  right; 
Keceive  the  King  of  Glory  in. 


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4  Who  is  the  King  of  Glory,  who? 

The  Lord  that  all  His  foes  o'ercnme. 

The  world, sin, death,  and  hell  o'crthrew; 

And  Jesus  Is  the  Conqueror's  Name. 

5  Lo  !  His  triumphal  chariot  waits. 

And  angels  chant  the  solemn  lay; 
Lift  np  your  heads,  ye  heavenly  gates, 
Ye  everlasting  doors  give  way. 


G  "NMio  is  (he  King  of  Glory,  who  ? 

The  Lord,  of  glorious  power  possess'd. 
The  King  of  saints  and  angels  too, 
God  over  all,  for  ever  hless'd.    Amex. 


1.   Our  Lord  is     ris  -  en  from  the  dead  ;  Our  Jic  -  sns     is     gone     np     on  high  ; 


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Tho  niercy-soAt  above; 
For  Justice  had  withstood 

Tfic  purposes  of  love: 
But  Jastice  now  withstands  no  more, 
And  Mercy  yield.;  her  boundless  stora 

3  No  tcmrlo  made  with  hands. 

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A  heiivonly  i  :  i  His. 

In  Him  tlio  phadowH  t>f  \\\v  hiw 
Are  all  fullill'd,  and  now  witbdrj\w. 

•1  And  though  a  while  He  bo 
Hid  from  the  eyes  of  men, 
His  people  look  to  koo 
T'    '■-  -     •  Mi  :h  I'riost  again; 
In  br  will  come. 

And  I  ,;  pooplc  home.    Avrrs. 


-i^- 


^m 


Slgccnrjiou. 


The  rising  (iod  forsakes  the  tomb. 

"  The  King  of  Glory  sliall  come  in." 
I 


L.  M. 


119, 


--S^I: 


1.   The  lis  -  ing  God  for-sakcs  the  tomb ;  L'p    to    His   Fa-ther's  court  He   flics  ; 


w^^ 


■^^: 


5^^^"*--^ 


ay. 


:^=i; 


Cher  -  u  -  bic    legions  guard  Him  home,  ^Vnd  shout  Him  welcome  to  the  skies.  Amf.n. 


2  Break  ofif  your  tears,  ye  saints,  and  tell 
How  high  our  great  Deliverer  reigns; 
Sing  how  He  spoil'd  the  hosts  of  hell, 
And  led  the  tyrant  death  in  chains. 


3  Say,  "Live  for  ever,  glorious  King, 

JBom  to  redeem,  and  strong  to  savo ! " 
Then  ask — '-O  death,  where  is  thy  sting? 
And  where  thy  victory,  O  grave?"  Ajmen. 


T  9.0       ^  ^'  y^  people,  clap  your  hands. 

"  0  dap  your  hands  togeUier,  all  ye  people;  O  sing  unto  God  un'Ut  Vie  voice  0/ melody.' 


L.  M. 


^i=s^^^^-te%J 


O       all  ye    peo  -  pie,  cL'^p  your  hands.  And  with  tri-umphant    voic-cs    sing; 


wmm 


No  force  tho  mighty  pow'r  withstands  Of  God  tao    u 


?3ig^|g| 


1  '  '  I 

2  He  shall  assaulting  foes  repel, 

And  with  success  our  battles  fight; 
Shall  fix  the  place  where  wo  must  dwell, 
The  pride  of  Jacob,  His  dehght 


3  God  is  gone  up,  our  Lord  and  King, 
With  shouts  of  joy,  and  trumi>ct's  s< 


sound,; 


To  Him  repeated  praises  sing, 
And  let  the  cheerful  song  rebound, 
•i  Your  utmost  sldll  in  praise  be  shown. 

For  Him  who  all  the  world  commands; 
Who  sits  upon  His  righteous  throne, 
And  sprcadj  His   sway    o'er    hcathrn 
lands.     Amt.v- 


^scenssKlon. 


121.. 


vf< 


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Lift  up  your  heads,  clLrnal  j^ates. 

\J\  up  your  heads,  O  jr  ffoff'!  t"*d  b*"  y^  '•/?  up,  y<  enerlattin-j  lU-irt,    ami  C.e 
Ktng  o/Glorjf  akall  o«m«  in." 

<  i  t 


r.  M. 


^:( 


.^  —  ^ 

r? — c^ 


1.  Lift    up  your  hciubi,  e  -    tcr  -  ual  gates,     Un  -  fold,   to     en  -  t«r  -  tain 

A  ^  *  ..^ .  -  ^  ^  ^  £:  ^r^ 


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Hi *. 


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Ep^ 


j5t 


piiT7^n^«pi^ 


The  King   of     Glo  -  ry  !  soc !  He  comes  AVith  His  co  -  les  -  tial    trair,     A 


?i 


3?: 


^ 


2  Who  is  the  King  of  Glory  ?  who  ? 

The  Lord  for  htrengtli  renowu'd; 
In  battle  mighty  ;  o'er  His  foes 
Eternal  Victor  crown'd. 

3  Lift  up  your  heads,  ye  gates;  unfold, 

In  state  to  entertain 


Tbo  King  of  Glor^  I   Bee,  Ho  oomes 
"With  all  His  tduning  train. 
\  Who  is  the  King  of  01nr>'?  "who? 

The  Lord  of  uo^;  M; 

Of  Rlory  He  alon«   . 
Who  is  with  gloi.,  w v. ..  x^M.      Amex. 


122. 


The  servants  of  Jehovah's  wi 

"  O  ting  unto  God,  and  $ing  praises  unto  JIU  Xamf." 


ggpgE^jg^ij^^i^ 


1.  The  servants  of     Je  -  ho-vah's  will    Hia    favour's  gen -tie  beams  en -joy  ; 

!     :       r 


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J. 

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■J. 


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Their  upright  hearts  let  gladneBs  lill,  And  cheerful  songs  their  tongues  employ.  Amen. 


2s: 


^^S 


2  To  Him  yonr  voice  in  anthems  raise, 

Jehovah's  a\^  ful  Name  He  bears; 
In  Him  nj<>ioo.  extol  His  praise. 
Who  ridtfl  upon  high-rolling  spheres. 

3  His  chariots  nnml>crlos.s.  His  powers 

Ar<>  heavenly  hosts,  that  wait  His  will; 


His  presence  now  fills  Sion's  towers, 
As  once  it  honour'd  Sinai's  hilL 
•1  Ascending  high,  in  triumph  Thou 
Captivity  has  captive  led. 
And  on  Tliy  i>eople  didst  bestow 
Thy  gifts"  and  graces  freely  shed-  AiizK. 


ascension. 

Behold  the  glories  of  the  Lamb. 

'•  ll'e  tee  Jesus  croxcned  unth  glory  and  himour." 


C.  M. 


1.    Bo  -  hold  the     glo  -  ries     of     the  Lamb     A  -  mid    His    Fa-ther*s  throne  ; 


n. 


Pre-pare  new  honours   for  His  Name,  And  songs  bc-foro    un-known.     A-men. 


2  Let  elders  worship  nt  His  feet, 

The  Church  adore  around, 
"With  vials  full  of  odours  sweet, 
And  harps  of  sweeter  sound. 

3  Now  to  the  Lamb  that  once  was  sJain 

Be  endless  blessings  paid  ; 
Salvation,  glory,  joy,  remain 
For  ever  on  Thy  head. 


4  Thou  hast  redecm'd  our  souls  with  blood, 

Hast  set  the  prisoners  free, 
Hast  made  us  kings  and  priests  to  God 
And  we  shall  reign  with  Thee. 

5  The  worlds  of  nature  and  of  grace 

Arc  put  beneath  Thy  power  ; 
Then  shorten  these  delaying  days, 
And  bring  the  iDromised  hour.     Abiex. 


124. 


Stand  up,  my  soul,  shake  off  thy  fears. 

••  Father,  I  will  that  they  whom  Thou  hast  given  Me  he  with  Me 
where  I  am." 


L.  M 


K^ui^ 


37^: 


H^i 


W- 


m 


1.  Stand  up,  my  soul,  shake  off  thy  fears,  And  gird  the  Gos  -  pel     ar-mour   on 


gr^^^f 


EjEEjEjEFgEpgEf 


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'-^^ 


-z^z^, 


-ST 


:ffizr 


;^mi: 


^ 


March  to  the  gates  of  endless  joy,  "Where  Je  -  sus,  thy  great  Captain's  gone.  A-men. 


^      >     ■    .    !  — r-^r-p 

2  Hell  and  thy  sins  resist  thy  course, 

But  hell  and  sin  are  vanquish'd  foes; 
Thy  Saviour  nail'd  them  to  the  Cros8_, 
And  sung  the  triumph  when  He  rose. 

3  Then  let  my  soul  march  boldly  on. 

Press  forward  to  the  heavenly  gate; 


There  peace  and  joy  eternal  reign, 

And  glittering  robes  lor  conquerors  wait. 
4  There  shall  I  wear  a  starry  crown. 
And  triumph  in  Almighty  grace, 
"NMiile  all  the  armies  of  the  skies     [Amen. 
Join  in  my  glorious  Leader's  praise. 


125 


iliLlljit^uiUiDc. 
He's  come,  let  every  knee  be  bent, 

"  Tke  Com/orUr,  wMich  u  the  Iloi^  Gko^." 


C.  M. 


r^^^p^^ 


1.  ilu's  comollet    ev'  -  ry     kneo    bo  bcut. 


-<5^ 


^^ES 


■t^-j^—f 


hearts  new    joy    re  -  eiune; 

I  42.  -     - 


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3: 


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Sing,  yo    redeem' d,  M'ith  one  con-eent,  **The  Comfort  -  cr    bus  come."    Axzv. 


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^.\M 


2  What  RTt'ater  pift,  what  greater  love, 

Could  GckI  on  iiian  bestow  ? 
Angels  for  this  rejoice  above, 
Let  man  rejoice  below. 

3  Hail,  blessed  Spirit  I  may  each  soid 

Thy  sacred  influence  leel; 


Do  Thou  each  Binful  thought  control. 

And  fix  our  wavering  zeal 
4  Thou  to  the  conscience  doet  convey 

Tho8»^  checks  which  wo  Khould  know ; 
Thy  motions  point  to  us  the  way; 

T^ou  giv'bt  us  strength  to  go.  Amen. 


126. 


O  Spirit  of  the  living  God. 

••  /  will  pour  cut  Mjj  Spirit  upon  alljleth." 


L.  M. 


'>^{^ 


of    the  liv  -  ing  God,    In  all    Thy  plcn 
-^ ^  .  ,, ,0 ^_^(ff_is^5 ^ 


AMicre'er  the  foot    of  man  hath  trod.  Descend  on  our    a 


^fe 


fee 


3^ 


IBC 


«a-»-^ 


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pos-tate  raoc  Amek. 


Zf. 


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2  Give  longuofl  of  fire  nnd  hearts  of  love, 

To  i)r(a(h  tho  reconciling  word; 
Givo  powi  r  nnd  nnrtion  from  nl)ovo, 
AVhcrc't  r  tho  joyful  sound  is  heard. 

3  Bo  darknosfi,  at  Tliy  coming,  light; 

Conftiflion,  crdcr,  in  Thy  path; 


Sonlfl  without  ptrcnpth  inspire  with  might; 

Bid  mercy  triumph  over  wrath. 
4  Baptize  tho  '    '         '   '        rd  nigh 

The  triu::  s record; 

Tlie  Nam0(  : .   ...  . 

Till  cvcrj'  people  call  liim  Lord.  Aiien. 


ifiaHjit^untilie. 
Come,  Holy  Ghost,  Creator,  come. 

X    ^     J    •    "  Uf  shall  give  you  anothrr  Comforter,  that  lie  may  abide  with  you/or  ever." 

L 


C.  M. 


:frz^^^ZESr=2EEg 


u 


1.  Come,  Ho  -  ly  Ghost,  Cro  -  a  -  tor, 


In  -  spiro  these  souls  of    Thine; 


Till  every  heart  which  Thou  hast 


-:^=^: 


-^    -^    "25^      _ 
made  Be  fill'd  with  grace  di 

^—r-^-r^ — ^ — -^ — -r- 
t — P] — Wj     Vj      ^—  ^- 


A  -  Mi:x. 


il 


Thou  art  the  Comforter,  the  gift 

Of  God,  and  fire  of  love; 
The  everlasting  spring  of  joy, 

And  unction  from  above. 
Thy  gifts  arc  manifold,  Thou  writ'st 

God's  law  in  each  true  heart; 
The  promise  of  the  Father,  Thou 

Dost  heavenly  speech  impart. 
Enlighten  our  dark  sou1.<j,  till  they 

Thy  sacred  love  embrace; 


Assist  our  minds,  by  nature  frail, 

With  Thy  celestial  grace. 
Drive  far  from  us  the  mortal  foe. 

And  give  us  peace  within; 
That,  by  Thy  guidance  blest,  we  may 

Escape  the  snares  of  sin. 
Teach  us  the  Father  to  confess, 

And  Son,  from  death  revived. 
And  Thee,  with  both,  O  Holy  Ghost, 

"Who  arc  from  both  derived.     Amen. 


Come,  Holy  Spirit,  heavenly  Dove. 

"  The  love  of  God  is  shed  ahroad  in  our  hearts  hy  the  Holy  Ghost." 


C.  M. 


iii^iss: 


1.  Come,  Ho  -  ly    Spir 

^^ ^ 

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gio 


it,  heaven- ly    Dove,    "With   all   Thy  quickening  powers; 


%-A 


Kin-die    a  flame  of     sa  -  cred  love       In  these  cold  hearts  of    ours.       A  -  men. 


3?::^ 


2  See  how  we  grovel  here  below, 

Fond  of  these  earthly  toys: 
Our  souls,  how  heavily  they  go, 
To  reach  eternal  joys. 

3  In  vain  we  tune  our  lifeless  songs, 

In  vain  we  strive  to  rise: 


Hosannas  languish  on  our  tongues, 

And  our  devotion  dies. 
Come.  Holy  Spirit,  heavenly  Dove, 

With  all  Thy  quickening  powers; 
Come,  shed  abroad  a  Saviour's  love. 

And  that  shall  kindle  ours.   Amen. 


129 


Creator  Spirit,  by  Whose  aid. 

••  Tk<  Spirit  Cfftiod  imored  an  tke/aee  t\ftXe  toalm." 


Six  86. 


1.  Cro    -   ft   -    tor     Spir  -  it,      by  Wliosc  aid 


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Tho  \rorld'8  foun  -  dA  -  tions 

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3i 


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lo: 


first    wcro     Liid,       Come,     vis 


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cv  -    en'     hum  -  ble     mind ;    Come, 


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fe-J-J^ 

— ::^. id — 

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1 

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pour    Thy 
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joys      on 

liU  -  man  - 

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kind  ;     Trom 

sin      and 

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sor  -    row 

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set       US       freo,       And    maljo   Thy     tem  -  pics    wor  -  thy    Thee.      A-xen. 


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-^ — IT 


In 


-SL 


^gjl 


2  O  Source  of  nncrcnted  lipht, 
The  Father's  promised  rarorlcto, 
Thrice  holy  fount,  thrice  holy  fire, 
Our  hearts  with  heavenly  love  inspire; 
Come,  and  Thy  sacred  linctiou  bring 
To  sanctify  us  while  wo  sing. 

4  Immortal  honour,  endless  fame. 
Attend  the  Almiphty  Father's  Nome; 
The  Saviour  Son  be  plorifio<l. 
Who  for  lost  man's  r»'<lemption  die*l; 
And  ccjunl  adomlion  l>e. 
Eternal  F.-r.  I.*.,  to  Tho..      Ami:n. 


1 3  Plenteous  of  grace,  descend  from  high. 
Rich  in  Thy  seven-fold  energy; 
Make  us  eternal  truth  receive. 
And  practise  all  that  we  believe; 
Give  us  Thvself.  that  we  may  seo 
The  Father  and  the  Son  by  Thee. 


I30, 


Lord  God,  the  Holy  Ghost. 

"  Thry  were  all  fdUd  with  Uir  Holy  Ghost." 

1 


S.  M.  D. 


^^^il^^i 


1.  Lord    God,     the 


Ho 


ly    Ghost, 


In 


this 


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"Wo     meet    with     one 

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,zi:;^Egg:^Fg~ 


7'  I        1 

And   wait  the  prom-isc       of     our  Lord,  The  Spir-it      of     all    grace.     A-ilex. 


r<^- 


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JZ.    .^     .^ 


W- 


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I 


2  Like  mighty  mshing  wind 

Upon  the  waves  beneath, 
Move  with  one  impulse  every  mind. 

One  soul,  one  feeling  breathe : 

The  young,  the  old  inspire 

"With  wisdom  from  above; 
And  give  us  hearts  and  tongues  of  fire 

To  pray,  and  praise,  and  love. 


3  Spirit  of  light,  explore 
And  chase  our  gloom  away, 

"With  lustre  shining  more  and  more 
Unto  the  perfect  day: 
Spirit  of  truth,  be  Thou 
In  life  and  death  our  Guide; 

O  Spirit  of  adoption,  now 

Mav  wo  be  p.anctified.     Ami:n. 


ai91)it<iuntitJr. 
T  Q  T   Come,  gracious  Spirit,  heavenly  Do\  < 

^  "  Ai  wtamf  ei  art  kd  hf  tJu  ,^rU  »/ G4td,  tMey  ar*  tlu  tamt  ^ Gcd." 


L.  M. 


1.  Couic,  grut  ioua   Sj-Ir  -  it,  bearenly  Dove,  With  light  and   corn-fort  &om  B-bore; 


4^ 


Bo  Tiiou  our  Gnardian.Thou  our  Guide.O'cr  ©very  tho't  and  step  pre-cide.   K-nax. 


2  The  light  of  truth  to  us  display, 

And  make  us  know  and  choose  Thy  \ray ; 

I'lant  holy  ft  ar  in  every  heart. 

That  we  from  Thee  may  ne'er  depart. 

■1  Lead  us  to  heaven,  that  "we  may  share 
Fulness  of  joy  for  ever  there  : 
Lead  us  to  God»  our  fhml  rest. 
To  be  with  Him  for  ever  blest     -\aii:N. 


3  Lead  us  to  Christ,  the  bring  vay, 
Nor  let  us  from  llis  precepta  stray; 
Lead  us  to  holiness,  the  road 
That  we  must  take  to  dwell  with  God. 


132 


Our  blest  Redeemer,  ere  He  breathed 

"  1/ 1  y>  nni  atcviy  f*^  Comforier  %c\ll  not  cowu  ttmto  yarn;  hut  if  I 
drparl  J  wUi  send  Him  utUo  you." 


P.  M. 


—si — i--s» — i— • ^  — 

1.  Our   blest     Ee-deem-cr.    ere 


H(^  hreatl^ed  Ilis     ten  -  der  last  fiire  -  well. 


m 


==F=i: 


A  Guide,    a    Com-iirt  -  t  r,    :>..(|r,,:;::j( 


,1    w  iih     U3 


A-ifxx. 


2  Hecnr- 

The  1.  - 


m 


zfcS^^S 


ri      II 


-  nblanco  of  a  dove 

:i^  wings  outspread, 
^.  of  peace  and  Ioto 
On  earth  to  shed- 
IIu  camo  sweet  influence  to  impart, 

A  p'acious,  willing  gue«t, 
^^'hi^)  He  can  find  one  humble  heart 

When  in  to  rest 
And  HiB  that  gentle  voice  we  hear, 

Soft  OS  the  bronth  of  even. 
That  checks  each  thought,  that  calms  each 
And  speaks  of  heaven.  [fear. 


And  every  v'---  —    -      -^ 

And  evc: 
And  even  :        „  .nesa 

Arc  llis  alone. 
Spirit  of  purity  and  grace. 

Oar  waokness,  pitting,  see: 
O  make  cmr  hearts  Thy  dwclling-plaoe, 

And  meet  for  Tht-e. 
O  prais<»  th-™  Father;  praise  the  Son; 

nil  ~  •  raise  to  Thee ; 

All  \K  I.  the  Three  in  One, 

'It..     Mi.   Ill  Three.     Axes. 


133 


SiLl1)it<5untitic. 

Spirit  of  mercy,  truth,  and  love. 

And  the  same  da'j  there  xcere  ad'led  unto  them  three  thousand  souls. 


r.  M. 


-^ 


e>      w    §- 


^^ 


'^  I         I  n#.         I  \         i  -f        i 

1.  Spir  -  it    of   mer  -  cy,  tmtb,  antl  love,     O  shed  Thino  influenco  from  a  -  bovc  ; 

-^ ri '^=^-r'g-T«^- — • — *-      " 


^— #- 


N 


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s 


^ — ^ 


1  z^^l<^^^!^^t^=^S2^^y^ 


And  still  from  age  to    age    con  -  vey      The  wonders  of  tliis  sa-cred  day.     A-^len. 


2  In  every  climo,  by  every  tongue. 
Be  God's  surpassing  glorj'  sung: 
Let  all  the  listening  earth  be  taught 
The  wonders  by  our  Saviour  wrought. 


Unfailing  Comfort,  heavenly  Guide, 
Still  o'er  Thy  holy  Church  preside; 
Still  let  mankind  Thy  blessings  prove; 
Spirit  of  mercy,  truth,  and  love.     Amen. 


133- 

r~ — —n- 

Secg> 

-D  Tun 

r. 

L.  M. 

!.  Spir-it    of 

mer  -  cy ,  t 

ruth,  and 

love, 

r^      r^     r^ 

0  shed  Thi 

□c  influence  from  above; 

-^^  i?^ £1_ 

^ 

r^--- 

■■ 

l/. 


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fegd 


-"^gTr  r~^g^fei^E^^  J^^fej^H 


^— g=L,5_^'It%_^l,5^.^ 


-^  ^-  :^ 

And  still  from  age  to  age  con  -  vey  The  wonders  of  this  sa  -  cred  day.    A  -  mux. 


ltlt)iisuutitif. 
The  Spirit,  in  our  hearts. 

tiu  Hfkrit  amd  Uu  Jkridc  sag.  Cornet." 


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And  fref  ly  drink  the  stream  of  life : 
Tis  Jesus  bids  him  come. 
4  Lo,  Jesus,  "who  invites, 

Declares,  I  quickly  come. 

L<»rd  !  even  so;  I  wait  Thy  hour: 
Jesus,  my  ba\ii  nr   II  lue,     Amex. 


2  Let  him  that  hcnreth,  say 

To  all  about  him.  Come: 
Let  him  that  thirsts  for  righteousness, 
To  Christ,  the  fountain,  come. 

3  Yes,  whosoever  will, 

O  let  liim  fr. .  Iv  come. 


135 


Lome,  Holy  Spirit,  come. 

"  //<  duyfUeih  tcitk  you,  and  tkaU  bf  in  yam." 


S.  M. 


1  Come.  Iloly  Spirit,  come; 

Let  Thy  brij^ht  beams  arise; 
Dispel  the  sorrow  from  our  minds, 
Tlie  darkness  from  our  eyes. 

2  Kevive  our  drooping  faith. 

Our  doubts  and  fears  remove. 
And  kindle  in  our  breasts  the  flame 
Of  never-dying  love. 

3  Convince  ils  of  our  sin; 

Then  lead  to  Jesus '  blood. 


And  to  our  wondering  view  reveal 
The  mercies  of  our  God. 

4  Tis  Thine  to  cleanse  the  heart. 

To  sanctify  the  soul. 
To  pour  fresh  life  in  every  part. 
And  new-create  the  whole. 

5  Dwell  therefore  in  our  hearts. 

Our  minds  from  bondage  free; 
Then  shall  we  know,  and  praiae  and  love 
The  Father,  Son,  and  Thee.     Amtn. 


136. 


When  God  of  old  came  down  from  heaven. 


And  tuddaUy  tkert  cawu  a  temnd/rom  A«aerm,  as^f  a  nuki»§ 
miffkty  wind," 


C.  M. 


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2  But  when  He  came  the  second  time, 

He  came  in  power  and  love  ; 
Softer  than  g;iio  at  morning  prime 
Hovered  His  holy  Dove. 

3  The  fires  that  nish'd  on  Sinai  down 

In  sudden  torrents  dread, 
Now  gently  light,  a  glorious  crown, 
On  every  siiinted  head. 

4  Anil  as  on  Israel's  awe-struck  car 

The  voice  exceeding  loud, 
The  trump,  that  angels  quake  to  hear, 
Thrill'd  from  the  deep,  dark  cloud; 


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5  So,  when  the  Spirit  of  our  God 
Came  do^\^l  His  flock  to  find, 
A  voice  from  heaven  was  heard  abroad, 
A  rushing,  mighty  wind. 

G  It  fills  the  Church  of  God;  it  fills 
The  sinful  world  around; 
Only  in  stubborn  hearts  and  -wills 
ISO  place  for  it  is  found. 

7  Come,  Lord,  come,  AVisdom,  Love,  and 
Open  our  ears  to  hear;  [Power, 

Let  us  not  miss  th'  accepted  hour; 
Save,  Lord,  by  love  or  fear.      Amen. 


137 


Come,  Holy  Ghost,  our  souls  inspire. 

"  He  breathed  on  them,  and  saith  unto  them.  Receive  ye  the  Holy  Ghost," 


p.  M. 


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Come,  Ho  -  ly  Ghost,  our  souls   in  -  spire,  And  light-en    with  cc  -  bs  -  tial  fire. 


ii^iE^ig 


Thou  the  annointing  Spirit  art. 
Who  dost  Thy  sevenfolJ  gifts  impart. 

Thy  blessed  unction  from  above 
Is  comfort,  life,  and  fire  of  love. 

Enable  with  perpetual  light 

The  dullness  of  our  blinded  sight. 


Anoint  and  cheer  our  soiled  face 
"With  the  abundance  of  Thy  grace. 

Keep  far  our  foes,  give  peace  at  home: 
^Miere  Thou  art  guide,  no  ill  can  come. 

Teach  us  to  know  the  Father.  Son, 
And  Thee  of  both  to  be  but  One, 


That,  through  the  ages  all  along, 
This  may  be  our  unending  song; 


Praise  to  Thy  e  -  ter  -  nal  mer-it,      Father,  Son  and  Ho  -  ly  Spir  -    it        A  -   men. 


iia 


138. 


iTnuitP  !runtiap. 
Holy,  holy,  holy  I  Lord  God  Almighty  ! 

•■  Thry  rett  not  tlay  and  nxffkt,  tayimg,  lltUy,  ktti^,  kbiff.  Lord  O'od 
Almighty,  W'hick  whu,  and  it,  and  u  (o  cowu." 


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2  Holy,  holy,  holy  !  All  tho  paints  fvdoro  Tlieo, 

Castinjj  down  their  Roldon  crowns  around  the  glaasj  sea; 
Cherubim  nnd  semphim  falling  down  before  Thoe, 
"Which  wcrt,  and  art,  and  evermore  shiUt  be. 

3  Holy,  holy,  holy !  though  tho  cLirkness  hide  Thee, 

Though  tlje  eye  of  sinful  man  Thy  glory  may  not  Me, 
Only  Thoti  art  holy ;  there  is  none  beside  Thee 
Perfect  in  i>ower,  in  love,  and  purity. 

4  Holv.  holy,  holy!  Lord  God  Almighty! 

All  Thy  works  shall  praise  Thy  Kaine,  in  earth  and  hVv  and 
Iloly,  holy,  holy!  merciful  and  mighty! 

(»tKl  in  Three* Persons,  blessed  Trinity  I     Amex. 

•  Tbc  RtnaU  tiotm  an-  lutondod  fc>r  the  foo<»ih1  and  thinl  vfnM>«. 


vTrinitP  S^uutJaij. 


139 


O  hul)',  holy,  holy  Lord. 

U'Ah  sIiaH  nnl/ear  Thee,  O  Lord,  and  Qlnrif^  Thy  Same,' 
First  Tcse. 


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2  0  Jesus,  Lamb  once  crucified  I  3  0  Holy  Spirit  from  above, 

To  take  our  load  of  sins  away,  I         In  streams  of  light  and  glory  given, 

Thine  be  the  hymn  that  rolls  its  tide  '     Thou  source  of  ecstacy  and  love,  [heaven. 

Along  the  realms  of  upper  day.  ]         Thy  praises  ring    through  earth  and 

4  O  God  Triune,  to  Thee  we  owe 

Our  cverj'  thought,  our  every  song; 
And  ever  may  Thy  praises  flow 
From  saint  and  seraph's  burning  tonguo.  Amen. 


139;^ 


Secoxd  Tcxe. 


L.  M. 

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140 


I  loly,  holy,  holy,  Lord. 

From  rt^rlatiing  to  evrrUuting  T^oti  art  God. 
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2  Thousanile,  tens  of  thousands,  Ktand, 

Spirits  blest,  before  Thy  throne, 
Rpee<b'ng  thence  at  Thy  command; 

And  when  Thy  command  is  done, 
Singing  everlastingly 
To  the  blessed  Trinity. 

3  Clunibira  and  seraphim 

Vtil  their  faces  with  their  wings; 
Eyeti  of  aii(^(ls  nro  too  dim 

To  behold  tlie  King  of  kings, 
TMiile  they  sing  i  trmidly 
To  the  bleiwcd  Trinity. 


4  Thee,  apostles,  prophets,  Thee, 
Thoe,  the  noble  martyr  band. 

Praise  with  solemn  jubilee: 
Thee  the  Church  in  every  land; 

Singing  everlastingly 

To  the  blessed  Trinity. 

o  AlleluLiI  Lord,  to  Thee. 

Father,  Son,  and  Holy  GhoBi, 
Three  in  One,  and  One  in  Three, 

Join  wo  with  the  heavenly  host. 
Singing  everlastingly 
To  tho  blessed  Triuitv.     AiCEK. 


140. 


JCriuit))  ^uuHap. 
Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord. 

From  evtr'uuting  to  fvtrlcuting  Thou  art  God. 
Second  Tune. 

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Six  7s. 


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1.   Ho  -  ly,  ho  -  ly,      ho  -  ly,    Lord,     God     of  hosts,  e    -    tcr  -  nal   King, 

1  ^  ■'  ^S  TV ^j~  .       ^  I"" 


By     the  heav'ns  and  earth  a  -  dored  ;     An  -  gels  and  arch  -  an  -  gels  sing, 


Chant-ing  ev  -  er  -  last -ing  -  ly, 


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To     the  blessed  Trin-i 


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A-MEX. 


JiiisSgggi^Si^ 


141 


The  God  of  Abraham  praise. 


1.  Th© 


A  -  bruham  praiiie,  Who  reigna    on -throned    »  •>  boTe  ; 


2  Tho  God  of  Abralmm  praiso, 
At  whoso  Kuprcmo  commancl 

From  earth  I  rise,  and  seek  the  joys 
At  His  ripht  hand: 
I  all  on  earth  forsake, 
lU  wisdom,  fame,  and  power; 
And  Him  my  only  portion  make, 
My  nhiold  and  tower. 

3  He  by  Himself  liath  sworn, 
I  on  His  oath  de^x;nd, 

I  shall,  on  augcl- wings  upborne, 
To  heaven  ascend: 
I  shall  behold  His  face 
I  shall  His  power  adore. 
And  sin^  the  wonders  of  ilis  gracA 
For    tvormore. 

4  There  dwills  the  Ix>rd,  our  King, 
Tho  Lord,  or-  -   ■'  ♦     n'Tiefis, 

Triumphant  o  -\\  and  siu. 

The  Trine 


On  Sion's  sacred  height 
His  kingdom  He  maintains. 
And,  glorious  with  His  saints  in  light, 

For  ever  reigns. 
5  Tlie  Gml  who  reigns  on  high 

The  great  archangels  sing; 

And.  "Holy.  holy,  holy,"  cry, 

•Almighty  King, 

"NMio  wivs,  and  is  the  some. 

And  ev«^rmore  shall  be; 

Jehovah,  Fatlier,  CTeat  I  AM, 

>Ve  worship  Thee," 
C  The  whole  triuniphant  boat 

Give  thanks  to  GtHl  on  high; 
Hail  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost, 
Tliey  ever  cry: 
Hail,  Abraham's  Go<l  and  mine, 

I  join  th    ' "''•  lays; 

All  mi^ht  v  arc  Thiiu. 

And  (  .  .      Amkn. 


Father  of  heaven,  Whose  love  profound. 

JL  ^Am  .^  •  "The  grace  of  thf  Lord  J<»ns  C)n-{ft,  nml  thf  love.nf  GfMl,  and  (hit  T       \T 

I  communion  of  the  JJoly  Ohott,  be  tcWi  y6u  all."  '  i-"    M. 


-^^m 


1.  Fa  -  ther  of  henv'n,  AMiosc  lovo  profound  A      ran-som  for  our  noula  hath  found. 


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Be  -  fore  Thy  throue  wc  sin-ncrs  bend 


^fE-^felEfe^feiL-li: 


To    us  Thy  pardoning  lovo  extend.  A-men 


1 

2  Almipjhty  Son,  Incarnate  "Word, 

Our  Trophet,  Priest,  Kedeemer,  Lord, 
Before  Thy  throne  we  sinners  bend ; 
To  us  T\iy  saving  grace  extend. 


3  Eternal  Spirit,  by  "Whose  breath 
The  soul  is  raised  fiom  sin  and  deatl 
Before  Thy  throne  we  sinnerc  bend; 
To  us  Thy  quickening  power  extend. 


142 


4  Jehovah, — Father,  Spirit,  Son, — 
Mysterious  Godhead,  Three  in  One  ! 
Before  Thy  throno  we  sinners  bend; 
Grace,  pardon,  life  to  U3  extend.  A^rEx. 

Second  Tcn^e. 


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prs^ElEfe: 


Criuufi  ^untJuB, 


143 


Wc  give  immortal  praise 

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fvr  ever.     Awttn." 


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Immortal  glory  too, 
"Who  bought  us  with  His  blood 
From  everlasting  woe: 
And  now  He  lives,  and  now  He  reigns. 
And  sees  the  fruit  of  all  His  pains. 

3  To  Go<l,  the  Spirit's  Name, 

Immortal  worship  give, 
"Whoso  new-creating  jwwer 

Makes  the  dead  sinner  live: 
His  work  completes  the  great  design, 
And  fills  the  soul  with  joy  divine. 

4  Almighty  Ood«  to  Theo 

Be  endless  honours  done; 
The  nndividetl  Three, 

And  the  mysterious  One; 
^NTiero  reason  fails  with  all  hrr  powers, 
Thcie  fJEiith  prevails,  and  love  adores.  Amek. 


iltiuiti)  Suniai). 


144. 


Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord. 

'And  one  cried  unto  anothrr,  and  said.  Holy,  holy,  holy  is  the  Lord  o/hottt. 


p.T). 


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2  Holy,  holy,  holy !     Thee, 

One  Jehovah  evermore, 
Father,  Son,  and  Spirit,  we, 

Dust  and  ashes,  would  adore; 
Lightly  by  the  world  esteemed, 
From  that  world  by  Thee  redeemed. 
Sing  we  here,  with  glad  accord. 
Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord  ! 


3  Holy,  holy,  holy  !    All 

Heaven's  triumphant  choir  shall  sing, 
When  the  ransomed  nations  fall 

At  the  footstool  of  their  King: 
Then  shall  saints  and  seraphim, 
Hearts  and  voices,  swell  one  hymn, 
Round  the  throne  with  full  accord. 
Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord  !    Amen. 


145 


Holy  l-'athcr,  great  Creator. 

"  Simg  mUo  tkt  Lord,  amd  praise  Hit  .Vaaic." 
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2  Holy  Jesus,  Lord  of  plory, 

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Meet  and  worship  in  Thy  Name, 
Dear  Red»^emer, 
In  our  hearts  Thy  peace  proclaim. 


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Holy  Spirit,  Sanctifier. 

Come  with  unction  from  above, 
Raise  our  heart.s  to  raptures  higher. 

Fill  them  with  the  Saviour's  love 
Source  of  comfort. 
Cheer  us  with  the  Saviour's  love. 


145 


4  God  the  Lord,  through  every  nation 
Let  Thy  wondrous  mercies  shiue  ! 
In  the  sonor  of  Thy  salvation 
Ever\' t  1  race  combine! 

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Form  oui  u.^  ..i  i-  .n.J  make  them  Thine. 


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"  L^t  there  be  light." 


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On  Tliy  redeeming  wing 

Healing  and  sight, 
Health  to  the  sick  in  mind, 
Sight  to  the  inly-blind, 
O  now,  to  all  mankind, 

Let  there  be  light  ! 

3  Spirit  of  truth  and  love, 
Life-giving,  Holy  Dove, 

Speed  forth  Thv  flight ! 


Move  on  the  waters'  foce. 
Bearing  the  lamp  of  grace, 
And,  in  earth's  darkest  place 
Let  there  be  light ! 

4  Holy  and  Blessed  Three, 
Glorious  Trinity, 

Wisdom,  Love,  Might, 
Boundless  as  ocean's" tide, 
Rollmg  in  fullest  pride. 
Through  the  world  far  and  wide, 

Let  thero  be  light  .'    Amzx. 


147 


iri)r  iiorti'r^  Dap. 
Welcome,  sweet  clay  of  rest 

"A  day  in  TAy  amrU  u  better  tkan  a  tkouaamd." 
FiBjrr  TcKE. 


S.  M. 


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1.  "Wel-como,  swoet  day      of       rest,      That      saw         the     Lord     a 

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Aud  feasts  His  sninUi  to-(l:\y; 
Here  may  we  sit,  and  see  Him  here, 
And  love  and  praise,  and  pray. 


3  One  day  of  nraycr  and  P>'<^J^^ 
His  saored  courts  witiiia,^^ 
Ls  sweeter  than  ten  thoiuamd  days 
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4  My  willing  soul  would  stay 
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2  On  this  anspicious  mom 
The  Lord  of  hfe  arose ; 
He  burst  the  bars  of  death, 

And  vauquish'd  all  our  foes: 
And  now  He  pleads  our  caiise  above. 
And  reaps  the  fruits  of  all  His  love. 


]  3  AIL  hail,  triumphant  Lord  ! 

Heaven  with  hosannas  rings, 
And  earth,  in  humbler  strains. 

Thy  praise  responsive  sings: 
A^orthy  the  Lamb  that  once  was  slain. 
Through  endless  years  to  live  and  reign. 


d  Great  King,  gird  on  Thy  sword, 
Ascend  Thy  conquering  car; 
"While  justice,  truth,  and  love 
Maintain  Thy  glorious  war: 
This  day  let  sinners  own  Thy  sway. 
And  rebels  cast  their  arms  away.      Amex. 


149 


JTIjc  lLovZi'*i  Dan. 
Blest  day  of  God !  most  calm,  most  bright. 

••  Tke^U  dag  t/Uu  tccel." 


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tos  rising  tbte  did  raise. 
And  made  theo  heuveuly  and  divine 
Beyond  all  other  days. 

3  The  first-fruits  oft  a  blessing  prove 

To  all  the  sheaves  behind ; 


And  they  the  day  of  Christ  who  lore, 

A  happy  week  shall  find. 
4  This  day  I  must  with  God  appear; 

For,  Lord,  the  day  is  Thine; 
Hvlp  me  to  spend  it  in  Thy  fear. 

And  thus  to  make  it  mine.     Ahsn. 


Sweet  is  the  work,  my  God,  my  King. 

"  riott.  Lord,  Juut  made  wu  glad  tXrougk  Tiy  tcwHtr." 


L.  M. 


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No  mortal  cares  shall  seize  my  breast; 
O  mav  my  heart  in  tunc  be  found. 
Like  thivid's  harp  of  solemn  sound! 

3  My  heart  shall  triumph  in  my  Lord. 

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All  I  .i...i..  .1  r.^  -^^hod  below; 

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In  I:.  .1  of  joy.     Aars. 


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Can  every  secret  thought  explore ; 

May  worldly  cares  our  bosoms  fly, 
And  where  Thou  art  intrude  no  more: 

O  may  Thy  grace  our  spirits  move, 

And  fix  our  minds  on  things  above ! 


3  Thy  Spirit's  powerful  aid  impart. 

And  bid  Thy  word,  with  hfe  divine. 
Engage  the  ear  and  warm  the  heart : 

Then  shall  the  day  indeed  be  Thine  ; 
Then  shall  our  souls  adoring  own 
ITie  grace  that  calls  us  to  Thy  tlirone.  Amtx. 


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And  >»'ith  Thy  favour  crown 
This  teniplo  as  Thy  home. 

This  people  ns  Thy  gv^ti; 
Beneath  this  roof  vouchsafe  to  show 
How  God  can  dwell  with  men  >)elow. 

3  Now  let  Thine  ear  atttnd 


Accepted,  to  the  skies: 
Now  let  Thy  Gospel's  joyful  sound 
Spread  its  cclestiul  influence  round. 
4  Here  may  the  listening  throng 

ImbiUe  Thy  truth  and  love; 
Here  Christians  join  the  song 

Gf  seraphim  above : 
Till  all  who  humbly  seek  Thy  face 
Kejoice  in  Thy  abounding  grace. 


Our  8ui)pli eating  cries; 
Now  let  our  praise  ascend, 

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Another  six  days'  work  is  done 

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2  O  that  our  thoughts  and  thanks  may  rise 
As  grateful  inceuse  to  the  skies  ! 

And  draw  from  heaven  that  calm  repose, 
AVhich  none  but  ho  who  feels  it  knows. 

3  That  heavenly  calm  within  the  breast' 
It  is  the  pledge  of  that  dear  rest, 


"NVhich  for  the  Church  of  God  remains,— 
The  end  of  cares,  the  end  of  pains. 
•i  In  holy  duties,  let  the  day. 
In  holy  pleasures  pass  away: 
How  sweet  a  sabbath  thus  to  spend, 
In  hope  of  one  that  ne'er  shall  end  !  Amen. 


Lord !  in  the  morning  Thou  shalt  hear. 


will  meet  wiVi  Thee;  and  I  will  commune  with  Thee  from,  above  the  mercy  seat. "  ^«    -^ '  • 


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1.  Lord!  in    the  mom-ing    Thou  shalt  hear    My    voice  as-cend-ing  high; 


To  Thee  will  I      di  -  rect  my  pray'r.  To  Thee  lift    up  mine  eye 


A  -  MEN. 


2  Up  to  the  hills,  where  Christ  is  gone 

To  plead  for  all  His  saints, 
Presenting  at  His  Father's  throno 
Our  songs  anti  our  complaints. 

3  Thou  art  a  God  before  Whose  sight 

The  wicked  shall  not  stand; 
Sinners  shall  ne'er  be  Thy  delight. 
Nor  dwell  at  Thy  right  hand. 


4  But  to  Thy  house  will  I  resort, 
To  taste  Thy  mercies  there ; 

I  will  frequent  Thy  holy  court, 
And  worship  in  Thy  fear. 

5  O  may  Thy  Spirit  guide  my  feet. 

In  ways  of  righteousness, 
Make  every  path  of  duty  straight. 
And  plain  before  my  face.     ^\3ien. 


J  ^  ^  As  pants  the  wearied  hart  for  cooling  springs. 

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My  he:irt  shiiU  glaJdou  through  the  ttnlious  day; 
And  'midst  the  dark  and  gloomy  th^des  of  night. 
To  Thee,  my  Gk>d,  I'll  tune  the  grateful  lay. 

8  \Miy  fiiint,  my  soul?  why  doubt  Jehovah's  aid? 
Thy  God  tlie  God  of  mercy  Btlll  shall  prove; 
Within  His  courts  thy  thanks  t^huU  yi't  be  paid: 
Unquestion'd  be  Ills  faithfulness  and  love.     Amev. 


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Again  the  Lord  of  life  and  light. 

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A  heathen  world  in  gloom  ! 
O  what  a  sun,  which  broke  this  day 
Triumphant  fi'om  the  tomb  ! 


4  And  now  His  conquering  chariot  wheels 
Ascend  the  lofty  skies; 
Broken  beneath  His  powerful  cross, 
Death's  iron  sceptre  lies. 


3  The  powers  of  darkness  leagued  in  vain 
To  bind  our  Lord  in  death; 
He  shook  their  kingdom  when  He  fell, 
By  His  expiring  breath. 


5  This  d;\y  be  gi-ateful  homage  paid, 
And  loud  hosannas  sung; 
Let  gladness  dwell  in  every  heart. 
And  praise  on  every  tongue. 


6  Ten  thousand  dififering  voices  join 
To  hail  this  welcome  mom, 
WTiich  scatters  blessings  from  its  wings 
On  nations  yet  unborn.     Amen. 


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Cfte  EoiU'fj  Daij. 
Lord  of  the  worlds  above. 

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2  O  happy  souls,  that  pray 

Where  Ck)«i  appoints  to  hear  I 
O  happy  men,  tliut  pay 

Their  constant  st^rvice  there ! 
They  pruise  Thee  btill:  I  Thttt  love  the  way 
And*  happy  they  |  To  Siou'e  hilL 

3  They  po  from  strength  to  Ftrength 

Through  this  dark  vale  of  tears. 
Till  each  arrives  at  length. 

Till  each  lu  he^ivi-n  appears: 
O  glorious  seat;  I      Shall  thither  bring 

"NNlien  God  our  King  |      Our  willing  feet 

4  God  is  our  snn  and  shield, 

Our  Liqht  and  our  defence; 
With  gifts  Ilis  hands  arefill'd, 
We  draw  our  bloKsings  thence: 
Thrioe  happy  he,  I   Whose  spirit  tmstK, 

O  God  of  Lostfi,  Aloue  in  Thee.  Amen. 


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Cljc  anrti'*.  Dap. 
y  P-O       My  opening  eyes  with  rapture 

^_y  "  This  is  the  day  which  Uit  Lord  hath  madf,  «•<•  xcUl  rrjoice  and  hr 


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L.  M. 


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2  I  yield  my  heart  to  Thee  alone. 

Nor  would  receive  another  ^lest; 
Eternal  luug  !  erect  Thji^  throne, 
And  reign  sole  monarch  in  my  breast. 


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3  O  bid  this  trifling  world  retire, 

And  drive  each  carnal  thought  away; 
Nor  let  me  feel  one  vain  desire. 

One  sinful  thought  through  all  the  day. 

1  Then,  to  Thy  courts  when  I  repair, 
My  soul  shall  rise  on  joyful  wing, 
The  wonders  of  Thy  love  declare, 
And  join  the  strains  which  angels  sing.     .Vmx^;. 


Second  Tuke. 


L.  M. 


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2  This  is  the  diw  of  rest: 
Our  failing  strength  renew; 

On  weary  bruin  and  troubled  breast 
Shod  Thou  Thy  fresheuiiig  dew. 

3  This  is  the  day  of  peace: 

Thy  peace  our  spirits  fill; 
Bid  Thou  the  blafits  of  discord  cease, 
The  wavea  of  strife  be  still. 

4  This  is  the  day  of  prayer: 

Let  earth  to  ht^aven  draw  near: 
Lift  up  our  hciirts  to  seek  Thee  there; 
Come  doN^Ti  to  me»H  us  here. 

5  This  is  the  first  of  days: 

Scud  forth  Thy  quickening  breatli. 
And  wake  dea<l  souls  t<i  love  and  prais«, 
O  Vauqtiishcr  of  death!     Ames. 


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••  Tkf  Lord's  Day." 


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2  On  thee  at  the  creation, 

The  light  first  had  its  birth; 
On   thee,  for  our  salvation, 

Christ  rose  from  depths  of  earth; 
On   thee.  Our  Lord  victorious 

The  Spirit  sent  from  heaven. 
And  thus  on  thee,  most  glorious, 

A  triple  light  was  given. 

3  Thou  art  a  port  protected 

From  storms  that  round  us  rise; 
A  garden  intersected 

"With  streams  of  Paradise; 
Thou  art  a  cooUng  fountain 

In  life's  dry  dreary  sand; 
From   thee,  like  Pisgah's  mountain, 

We  view  oui'  promised  land. 


4  To-day  on  weai-y  nations 

The  heavenly  manna  falls; 
To  holy  convocations 

The  silver  trumpet  calls, 
Where  Gospel  hght  is  glowing 

With  pure  and  radiant  beams, 
And  li^'ing  water  flowing 

With  soul-refreshing  streams. 

5  New  graces  ever  gaining 

From  this  our  day  of  rest. 
We  reach  the  rest  remaining 

To  spirits  of  the  blest; 
To  Holy  Ghost  be  praises. 

To  Father,  and  to  Son; 
The  Church  her  voice  upraises 

To  Thee,  blest  Three  in  One. 


Amex. 


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J  /^  y    Far  from  my  thou^dits,  vain  world,  begone. 

*  "JwiU  cwwuiig  wUk  Tket/nm  mbo9t  O*  wurcy  teoL"  L.   M. 


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2  My  beart  prows  warm  with  holy  fire, 
Ami  kindles  with  a  piire  dtsire 
To  see  Th\'  grace,  to  taste  Thy  love, 
Aud  feel  Thine  influence  from  above. 


3  ^Vhen  I  c?m  say  that  God  is  mine, 
AMieu  I  can  see  Thy  glories  shine, 
I'll  tread  the  world  beneath  my  feet. 
And  all  that  men  call  rich  and  great 
4  Send  comfort  down  from  Thy  right  hand. 
To  cheer  me  in  this  barren  land; 
And  in  Thy  temple  let  me  know 
The  joys  that  from  Thy  presence  flow.  Ajocs. 


/T        Let  fnc  with  light  and  truth  be  bless'd 

X  \-)  ^  •         "  O  tend  out  Tkyi  li/jht  ami  Thyf  frutJt,  that  thrif  may  lent!  mf,  <u%d  bring 
me  unto  Tky  holy  kill,  and  to  Thy  dtcfllini 


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2  Then  will  I  there  fresh  altars  raine 
To  Gol,  who  is  my  «^»^i^  '  "^ 
And  well-tnned  harps.'  fpraise. 

Shall  all  my  grateful  :      ..         ploy. 


3  \Miy  then  cast  down,  my  sonl  ?  aiul  wliy 

So  much  opprewed  with  anxious  caro  'f 

On  God,  Thy  Gotl.  for  aid  rely. 

Who  will  thy  ruia'd  state  repair. 


STijc  ILorH'si  Dap. 
To   Thy  temple   I    repair. 


glo  -  rious  praise  is    sung,  Touch  my  lips,    un-loosc  my   tongue.  A 


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2  While  the  prayers  of  Faints  ascend, 
God  of  love,  to  mine  attend; 
Hear  me,  for  Thy  Spirit  pleads ; 
Hear,  for  Jesus  intercedes. 

3  '^iVTiile  I  hearken  to  Thy  law, 
Fill  my  soul  with  humble  awe, 
Till  Thy  Gospel  bring  to  me 
Life  and  immortality. 


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4  "While  Thy  ministers  proclaim 
Peace  and  pardon  in  Thy  name, 
Throuo;h  their  voice,  by  faith,  may  I 
Hear  Theo  speaking  from  the  sky. 

5  From  Thy  house  when  I  return, 
May  my  heart  within  me  burn; 
And  at  evening  let  me  say, 

"I  have  walk'd  with  God  to-day."   .ViiEX. 


164. 


Now  may  He  who  from  the  dead. 

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"VMio  the  covenant  sealed  with  blood, 
Let  our  hearts  and  voices  raise 
Loud  thanksgivings  to  our  Grt)d !  Amzn. 


2  May  He  teach  us  to  fulfil 

What  is  pleasint?  in  His  sight; 
Perfect  us  in  all  His  will. 
And  preserve  us  day  and  night 


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For  Thy  Gofqiel's  jo^'ful  sound; 
May  the  fruit  of  Thy  salvation 
In  our  hearts  and  lives  abound: 

May  Thy  presence 
With  us  evermore  be  found.     Amek. 

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For  Thy  Gospel's  joyful  sound; 
May  the  fruit  of  Thy  salvation 
In  our  hearts  and  lives  abound: 

May  Thy  presence 
With  us  evermore  be  found.     AirzN, 


(Tljc  EovD'fj  Daij. 


1 66. 


Almighty  l-'athcr,  bless  the  word. 

"  Tkjf  word  it  a  lamp  unto  my/fft,  and  a  Hgkt  umlo  my  path." 


L.  M. 


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2  Wo  j^raiFo  Thee  for  the  means  of  grace. 
Thus  in  Thy  courts  to  seek  Tliy  foce: 
Grunt.  Lord,  that  we  who  worship  hero 
I^Iay  all,  at  last,  in  heaven  apiKjar.  Amzn. 


J  /^rr     Dismiss  us  with  Thy  blessing,  Lord. 

/  "  The  Lord  loUl  bleu  Ifii pe<>p!e  KiVi  peace." 


1  Dismiss  us  with  Thy  hlessinp.  Lord, 
Help  us  to  feed  upon  Thy  word; 
All  that  has  been  amiss  forgive, 
And  let  Thy  truth  within  us  live. 


L.  .N!. 


2  Though  we  are  R:nilty,  Thou  art  good; 
"Wash  all  our  works  in  Jesus'  blood; 
Give  every  fettered  soul  release, 
And  bid  us  all  depart  in  peace.     Aaox. 


i68. 


May  the  eri'-ice  of  Christ  our  Saviour. 

'*  Go  in  peace." 


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With  each  other  and  the  Ixird, 
And  |>088e«9,  in  sweet  communion. 
Joys  which  earth  can  not  afford.  .\x£n. 


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"With  Thee  began,  with  Thee  shall  end  the  day; 
Guard  Thou  the  lips  from  sin,  the  hearts  from  shame, 
Thut  in  this  house  have  called  upon  Thy  Name. 

3  Grant  us  Thy  peace.  Lord,  through  the  coming  night. 
Turn  Thou  for  us  its  darkness  into  light; 

From  harm  and  danger  keep  Thy  children  free, 
For  dark  and  light  are  both  alike  to  Thee, 

4  Grant  us  Thy  peace  throughout  our  earthly  life, 
Our  balm  in  sorrow,  and  our  stay  in  strife, 
Then,  when  Thy  voice  shall  bid  our  conflict  cense. 
Call  us,  O  Lordi  to  Thine  eternal  peace.     Ames. 


(Pmt3rr  Dap^. 


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Tn/o  roery  <me  tffut  it  given  graeet  aeeordiMg  tkt  mtamtrt  ^Ou  g\fl  o/CXrisL" 


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Thy  Spirit  on  their  spirita  ponr. 
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2  On  Thee  we  humbly  wait. 

Our  wants ure  in  Thy  view; 
The  harvest,  Lord,  is  truly  groat, 
The  labourers  are  few. 

•1  O  lot  them  spread  Thy  Name, 
Their  mission  fully  prove; 
Thy  universal  ^icc  proclaim, 
Thino  all-redeeming  love.     Ajcen 


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Yc  servants  of  the  Lord. 

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Gird  up  your  loins  as  in  His  sight. 
For  awful  is  liis  Name, 


3  Watch  I  *ii8  your  Lord^s  command. 
And  while  we  speak  He's  near; 
^lork  the  first  signal  of  Uis  hand. 
And  ready  all  appear. 


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Ho  shall  his  Lord  with  rapture  see, 
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The  fresh  and  fad 

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ing    year.      A 


73- 


174, 


2  Grant  ns,  with  precions  things  bronght  forth 
By  sun  and  moon  below, 
A  place  in  Thy  new  heavens  and  earth,  - 
Where  richer  harvests  grow.     Amen. 

Lord,  spare  and  save  our  sinful  race. 

TUESDAY. 
"Spare  Thy  people,  0  Lord." 

1  Lord,  spare  and  save  our  sinful  race 

From  death  in  direst  form ; 
From  pestilence  that  flies  apace, 
From  earthquake,  lire,  and  storm. 

2  Let  every  land  bemoan  its  sin. 

That  wars  and  crimes  may  cease; 
And  may  Thy  pardoning  grace  bring  in 
Sweet  times  of  health  and  peace.   Amen. 

Great  is  our  guilt,  our  fears  are  great. 

WEDNESDAY. 
"  Mercy  and  truth  shall  go  before  Thy  face." 

1  Great  is  our  guilt,  our  fears  are  great; 
But  naught  shall  prompt  despair, 
While  open  is  the  mercy-seat 
To  i^enitence  and  prayer, 

2  Kind  Intercessor !  to  Thy  lovo 
This  blest  resource  we  owe: 
Thy  merits  plead  for  us  above, 
"NMiile  we  implore  below.     Amtx. 


C.  M, 


C.  M. 


iDiljcr  ?i)ol))  DaijB. 


^75 


I'Vom  all  Thy  saints  in  warfare. 

:'  ,  •!./  ifxiirtfUout  art  T%y  vxirlu.  Lord  God  Almit^ty;  just  and  true  art 
Thy  tccyi,  Tkou  Kinij  of  taint t." 


7s.6s.D. 


,     \  From    all    Thy  BninU  in 
(     To    Thee,    O     bles^:  -  ed 


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for    all     Thy  tamta   at     rest»      ) 
all  prais  -  et      be      ad  -  drew'd.  ) 


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Thou,  Lord,  didst  win    the       but 


tie     that  they  might  conqaeron  be 


{Imrrt  here  the  $tanza/or  Uu  special  Saint'i  Day  to  be  celdiraltd.] 


SAINT    ASnUEW. 

2  Pniise,  Lord,  forTliine  Apo8tle,tlic  first  to  wel- 
come Theo, 

The  liral  lo  lead  his  brother  the  very  Christ  to 
sec. 

With  hearts  for  Thee  nindc  reaily,  watch  we 
throuj-'ljout  the  vear 


SAISTJOnS    THE  EVANCKLIOT. 

3  Praibe  for  the  loved  Disciple,  exile  on  Patmos' 
fchore  ; 

Pmisc  for  the  faithful  record  lie  to  Tliy  God- 
head bore  ; 

Praise  fur  the  mystic  vision,  through  bimto  as 
revcal'd. 


Forward  to  lead  our  brethren  to  own  Thine       May  we,  in  patience  waiting,  with  Thine  elect 
Advent  near.  be  scal'd. 

SAINT     TnOMA.««.  |  THE  INNOCENTS'  DAT. 

n  AH  praise  for  Thine  A|K)Bile,  whow>  short -live<i   G  Pniise  for  Thine  infant  Martyrs,  by  Thee  with 
(loubtin^'s  prove 


Thy  perfect  twofold  nature,  the  fulnewt  of  Thy 

love. 
On  all  who  wait  Thy  coming  hhed  ff»nh  Thy 

I»eiicc,  O  Ix)rd. 


tenderest  love 
Call'd  early  from  tJie  warfare  (o  share  the  rest 

nlwve. 
C)  Karhel !  cease  thy  weeping,  they  rc«l  from 

pains  and  cares. 


An<l  urant  us  faith  to  know  Thee,   true  Man.'      Lord,  grant  us  hearts  as  guileless,  and  crowns 
true  (iod,  adored.  as  bright  as  theirs. 


BAINT    PTKPIfKN. 

4  Prai'4e  for  the  first  of  Martyrs,  who  sjiw  Thee 

ready  «tand 
To  aid  ill  inidHt  of  torments,  to  plead  at  Qod's 

riglit  hand  ; 
Share  we  with  him,  if  snmmon'd  by  death  our 

Lord  to  own. 
On  c.irth  the  faithful  witness,   in  heaven  the 

martvr  cruwn. 


TUK   CONTEBSIOS   OP  ST.  PArU 

Praise  for    the   light  from  heaven,  praiM-  for 

the  voice  of  awe. 
Praise  for  the    glorious  vision  the  persecutor 

BJ»W. 

Thee.   Ix)rd,   for  Lis    Convcnuon,  we  glorify 

to  dav : 
So  lighten  all  our    darkness    with    Thy  true 

Spirit's  my. 


(Dti)rv  1i>oli)  DaPfS, 


8T.   MATTDIAS. 


SAINT  JAVEfl. 


•  Ijonl.  Tliiiie  :il)iiiing  presoiue  ilircctH  tlic  won-    11  For  liim,  O  Lord,  wc  praise  Thee,  who,  bhiin 

crous  choite ;                                                            t  hy  Hero<l'«  HWonJ, 

For  one  in  phico   of  Judas  the  faithful    now  j  Drank  of  Tliy  cup  of  uuiTering,  fulfilling  thus 

rpjoico.                                                                        I  Tliy  word. 

Thv  Cliurch  from  false  Apostles  for  evermore  Curb  \vc  all  vain  impatience  to  read  Thy  veil'd 

(fefend,                                                                     j  decree, 

And  hy  Thy  purtim^  promise  he  with  her  to  And  count  it  joy  to  sufler,  if  so  brought  nearer 

the  end.  Thee. 


SAINT   MAKK. 


SAINT  BARTHOLOMEW. 


It  For  him.  O  Lord,  we  praise  Thee,   the  weak  ,  15  All  praise  for    Thine    Apostle,    the  faithful, 
by  grace  made  strong,                                          I  pure,  and  true. 
Whose  labours  and   whose  Gospel  enrich  our  j  "W  nom  underneath  the  fig  tree  Thine   eye  nil- 
triumph  ^onir.                                                         I  seeing  knew. 
Mav  we  in  all  our  weakness  find  strength  from  :  Like  him  may  we  be  guileless,  true  Israelites 

Thee  supi>licd,                                                          !  indeed, 

And  all,  as  fruitful  branches,  in  Thee,  the  Vine,  That  Thy  abiding  presence   our  longing  souln 

abide.                                                                       i  mav  feed. 

! 

SAINT  PHILIP  AND  SAINT  JAMES.                         j  SAINT    M.ATTUEW. 

10  All  praise  for  Ihiue  Apostle,  bless'd  guide  to  '  IG  Praise,  Lord,  for  him  whose  Gospel  Thy  Im- 

GreekandJew,                                                      I  man  life  declared, 

And  him  surnamed  Thy  brother;  keep  us  Thy  j  Who,   worldly  gains  forsaking.   Thy    path  of 

brethren  true,                                                        '   !  fcufieriiig  shared. 

And  grant  the  grace  to  know  Thee,  the  Way,  I  From    all    unrighteous    mammon    O  give   ua 

the  Truth,  the  Life  ;                                             '     1  hearts  .s<t  free, 

To  w^restle  with  temptations  till  victors  in  the  |  That  we,  whateer  our  calling,   may  rise  and 

strife.                                                                        !  follow  Thee. 


SAINT    BAUNABAS. 


SAINT  Ll'KK. 


11  The  Son  of  Consolation,  moveil  by  Thy   law    1~    For  that   ''Belt>ved  Physician,"    all  praiee, 

of  love,                                              '         "            '  whose  Gospel  allows 

Forsaking    earthly    treasures,    sought    riches^  The  Healer  of  the  nations,  the  sharer  of  our 

from  above.  woes. 

Ab  earth  now  teems  Avith  increase,  let  gifts  of  j  Thy  wine  and  oil,  O  Saviour,  on  bruised  heuils 

grace  descend.                                                          |  deign  '.o  jioin-. 

That  Thy  true  consolations  may  througli  the!  And  with  true  balm  of  Oilead  anoint  us  ever- 
world  extend.                             '                           !  more. 


SAINT  JOHN    BAPTIST. 


SAINT  SIMON  AND  SAINT  Jl'DE. 


10  We  praise  Thee  for  the  Baptist,  forerunner  ^  IS  Praise,  Lord,  for  Thine  Apostles,  who  seal'd 

of  the  Word,                                                              j  their  faith  to-day : 

Our   true   Elias,  making  a   liighway  for   the:  One  love,  one  zeal' impclld  tliem  to  tread   the 

Lord.                                         ^         '                  I  sacred  way. 

Of  prophets  last  and  greatest,    he    saw    Thy  ;  M-.iy  we  with  zeal  as  earnest  the  faith  ot  Christ 

dawning  ray.                                                      '  maintain, 

Make  us  the  rather  bleised,  who    love  Thy  ■  And,  bound  in  love  as  brethren,  at  length  Thy 


glorious  day 


ICfct  attUHL 


SAINT    PETER. 


GENERAL  ENDING. 


13  Praise  for  Thy  great  Apostle,  the  eager  and  19  Apostles,  Prophets,  Martyi-s,   and  all   the  sa- 

thebold;                                                                 1  cred  throng. 

Thrice  falling,  yet  repentant,  thrice  charged  to  Who  wear  the  spotless  raiments,  who  raise  the 

keep  Thy  fold.  ceaseless  song  : 

Lord,  make  Thy  pastors  faithful,  to  guard  their  For  these,   pass'd  on  before  \\s,  Saviour,  we 

flocks  from  ill.  Thee  adore. 

And  grant  them  dauntless  courage,  with  h.nm-  And.  walking  in  their  footsteps,   wonld  serve 

ble,  earnest  will.                                                  ,  Thee  more  and  more. 

IJO  Then  praise  we  God  the  Father,  and  praise  wo  God  the  Son, 
And  God  the  Holy  Spirit.  Eternal  Three  in  One; 
Till  all  the  ransom'd  number  fall  down  before  the  Tlirone. 
And  honour,  power,  and  glory  ascribe  to  God  alone.    Amek. 


©tijcr  >i)oli)  Daijs. 
T  ^  A      The  Son  cjf  (iod  goes  forth  to  war. 

/  "JTit  arwiics  i»  kauxn /allowed  JJim," 

I , ,        J 


iliipl^.. 


1.  Tbo  Soa    of  God  goes  forth   to   war, 


"NMio    best   can  drink  his    onp     of   woe,     Tri  -  nmphixnt     o  -  ver      pain ; 


Pi^g=£ 


ja.    .«2.    j2.    -^    u^_. 


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r^     1 — I \ — \ — I — r 

2  The  TOftrtyr  first,  whose  engle  eye 

Could  piorco  Wyond  the  grave, 
Who  Ki\w  his  Muster  in  tlie  sky, 

And  call'd  on  Ilim  to  save: 
Like  Him.  with  jiardon  on  his  tongne, 

In  midst  of  mortal  pain. 
He  pray'd  for  them  that  did  the  wronj»  : 

"Nvho  follows  in  his  train  ? 


3  A  plorions  band,  the  chosen  few, 

On  whom  the  Spirit  came: 
Twelve  valiant  saintistheir  hope  they  knew, 

And  mock'd  the  cross  and  name: 
They  met  the  tyrant's  bnmdish'd  steel, 

The  lion's  y^oxy  mane; 
Thev  bow'd  their  necks  the  death  to  feel: 

^Vho  follows  iu  their  train  ? 


A  noble  army,  men  and  boys. 

The  matron  and  the  maid. 
Around  the  Saviour's  tlirone  rejoice. 

In  robes  of  light  array'd: 
They  climb'd  the  dizzy  steep  of  heayea 

Thmugh  i>eril,  toil,  and  i>ain: 
O  (Jo<l  !  to  us  may  grace  be  given 

To  follow  in  their  train  !    Amjem. 


©tf)cr  li)oI)>  napg. 
I  low  bright  these  glorious  spirits  shine ! 

JL      I      J   •  "  Thr$i- arf  thry  which  came  out  nf  grral  tribulnlion,  and  r"*     \  T      H 

/       /  hnvcvashed  their  robts,  and  made  thevi  white  in  the  Blood  of  the  Lamb."  e.    Al.    U. 


m 


Asr-^ — Sf , ^-1 ' ^-j — f-»  ^   ' 

1.  How  bright  these  glorious  spir-its  shine  !  Whence  all  their  white  ar  -  ray  t 


/5 a — ^ &" 

How  came  they  to     the     bliss  -  ful     seats 


cv  -  er  -  last  -  ing      day  ? 


fs       1^     -^.     .fp 


Lo,    these  are  they,  from   sufferings  great     "Who  came  to   realms  of      light 

I  I  j^     s^        ^      .^    .^    "^    :^    '  JSL 


And    in  the  Blood  of  Christ  have  wash'd  Those  robes  which  shine  so  bright.   Amek. 


H^^ 


.O- 


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IS  ^jL^ 


hdjp—^—f- 


1^7 1 


2  Now  with  triumphal  palms  they  stand 

Before  the  throne  on  high. 
And  serve  the  God  they  love  amidst 

The  glories  of  the  sky. 
His  presence  fills  each  heart  with  joy, 

Tunes  every  mouth  to  sing; 
By  day,  by  night,  the  sacred  courts 

With  glad  hosannas  ring. 


3  The  Lamb  which  reigns  upon  the  throne 

Shall  o'er  them  still  preside; 
Feed  them  with  nourishment  divine, 

And  all  their  footsteps  guide. 
'Mong  pastures  green  He'll  lead  His  flock. 

Where  living  streams  appear; 
And  God  the  Lord  from  every  eye 

Shall  wipe  oflf  every  tear.     Amen. 


178. 


©tt)cc  Jk)ol))  Daijs. 
()  Lord,  the  Holy  Innocents. 

UOLY  INNOCENTS. 
"  77.<-M  art  tkey  vkicX  follow  the  Laaib  wkiOurooevcr  lit  ffoetk." 


L.  M. 


U-  ' 


1.  O    Lord,  tho  llo  -  ly     In  -  no-centB,  Laid  down  for  Thee  tboir  in  -  font  life. 


2  We  wear  the  cross  they  wore  of  old, 

Our  lips  have  leam'd  like  vows  to  make 
We  need  not  die;  wo  cannot  fight; 
What  may  we  do  for  Jesus'  sake  ? 

3  O  day  by  cky  each  Christian  child  - 

lias  much  to  do,  without,  within; 
A  dcith  to  die  ft)r  Jesus*  sake, 

A  wciiry  war  to  wage  with  sin. 
1  When  deep  within  our  swi  lling  hearts, 

Tho  thoughts  of  pride  and  auger  rise, 
When  bitter  wi>rds  are  on  our  tongues, 

And  tears  of  pixssiou  in  our  eyes; 


5  Then  we  may  stay  the  angry  blow, 
Then  wo  may  check  the  hasty  word. 
Give  gentle  answers  back  again, 
Aud  fight  a  battle  for  our  Lord, 
G  With  smiles  of  p<:  ace  aud  looks  of  lore. 
Light  in  our  dwellings  we  may  make. 
Bid  kind  good-humour  brighten  there. 
And  do  all  still  for  Jesus'  sidce. 
7  Tljcre's  not  a  child  so  weak  and  small 
IJut  has  his  little  cros.s  to  tiikc. 
His  little  work  of  love  and  praiso. 
That  ho  may  do  for  Jesus  sake.    Aioor. 


Glory  to  Thee,  O  Lord. 

Thf^  are  wWtout  fault  Ufort  tkt  tkront  of  God, 


By   cru  -  tl     He-rod's  mthless  sword  Those  precious  ones  didgt  win .     \-wss 


-STTs: 


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©ti)cr  ?i)ol!)  J3am. 


Glory  to  Tbco  for  all 

The  rnnsomed  infant  band, 
Who  Kince  that  hour  havo  heard  Thy  mil, 

And  rcach'd  the  (>uict  land. 
O  that  our  hearts  within, 

Liko  theirs,  were  pure  and  bright; 


O  that,  as  free  from  deeds  of  sin, 
"NVo  Hhrank  not  from  Thy  night. 

Lord,  h'  Ip  us  every  hour 

Thy  cleansing  grace  to  claim; 

In  lite  to  glorily  Thy  power, 
In  death  to  praise  Thy  Name. 


TOO. 


Behold  a  humble  train. 

TIIE   I'RKSENT.VTIOX    UV   CHItlST   IN    THE   TEMPI-E. 
The  glory  of  Uiis  lathr  house  thall  he  greater  than  of  the  forvifr." 


AacEN. 


S.  M. 


1  Behold  ft  humble  train 

The  courts  of  God  di-aw  near; 
A  Virgin  Mother  and  her  babe 
Before  the  Lord  appear. 

2  O  wondrous,  blcssC^d  sight ! 

To  faithful  ej'cs  made  known, 

That  lowly  babe— the  mighty  God, 

The  Prince  of  Peace,  they  o\^'n. 

3  And  now  this  temple  shines 

"With  glory  far  more  bright 


Than  e'er  the  former  temple  saw. 
E'en  at  its  greatest  height. 

4  The  cloud  indeed  was  there, 

The  symbol  of  the  Lord; 
But  here  the  Lord  Himself  nppcrrs, 
The  true,  Incarnate  Word. 

5  Blest  Saviour,  come  once  more 

With  power  and  grace  divine; 
Our  hearts  Thy  living  tempi  s  make, 
WTiolly  and  ever  Thine.     Amen. 


8 


1 0 1 .. 


Praise  we  the  Lord  this  day. 

.\^'^UNCL\TION   OF  THE   BLESSED   ^^RGIX. 

Dehold,  a  Virgin  shn/l  be  \cith  cJiild,  and  shall  bring  forth  a  Son,  and  they  shall 
call  His  S'ame  Emmanuel,  ichich.  being  interprelcd  is,  God  with  us." 


S.  M. 


^^3^ 


-jL-^feT 


prom-isc  shone  with  cheer -ing    ray      On     wait- ing  saints  of       old. 


ais 


iH^iiiig^iiSE 


A  -  MZX . 

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2  The  prophet  gave  the  sign 

For  faithful  men  to  read; 
A  virgin  born  of  David's  line, 
Shall  bear  the  promised  Seed. 

3  Ask  not  how  this  should  be, 

Biat  worship  and  adore, 
Like  her  whom  heaven's  majesty 
Came  down  to  shadow  o'er. 


4  Sleekly  she  bowed  her  head 

To  hear  the  gracious  word, 

Mari-,  the  pure  and  lowly  maid. 

The  favoured  of  the  Lord. 

5  Blessed  shall  be  her  name 

In  all  the  Church  on  earth, 
Through   whom    that     wondrous 
The  Incarnate  Saviour's  birth. 


[came, 
mercy 
Amev. 


I 


82 


(Dtljcc  Iftolij  Daijs. 
l^raise  to  God  Who  reigns  above. 

KAINT   MICHAEL  AND  ALL  ANliELS. 
u  praue  Uu  Lord  mU  ye  liU  ktU:  ye  aervamU  ^Uia  Ikal  do  Jli*  pleatmn,' 

.       .       «       I  I       :       '       I       . 


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I.   Pruiso  to    Gcxl  ^^^o  rcign«  a  -  bove,     Bind-ing  cartii  and  heaTen  in    Ioto; 


2  Seraphim  Ills  pmlscs  Plnp, 
Chcrutjim  on  fourfold  winjr. 
ThroncK,  I><»ininions,  rrincei*.  Powers,* 
lUnks  of  Might  that  never  cywcrsi. 

8  A '  '•-'-<  His  woni  fuini, 

1  ire  hy  Ills  will: 

1  throne  urchanjrels  pour 

fcuui^-)  ».i  ..raise  for  evermore. 


4  Yet  on  man  thcj  joy  to  wait. 
All  that  bhirht  celestial  atata. 
For  true  Man  their  Ix>n1  fhey  B«e, 

ChrlM,  the  Incarnate  IMtr. 

'  ""  ""•  "■' -  '  ■'■'1  who  died 

1. 
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A.lfc^..^    ^^ui.i    i.y.;    iviia.       AXKN. 


183..., 


II.-TIIE  COMMUNTOX  OF  SAINTS, 
Lo  !  what  a  cloud  of  witnesses ! 

String  Vfe  alto  art  compassed  (tbout  Kith  to  great  a  cloud  of  %citnes»rs.  ' 


fit— ^^- 

1.    O    what    a     cloud    of     wit  -  nes  -  sea 


£n  -  com  -poss     os       a  -  round ! 


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Men    once  like    ns    with  suffering  tried.  Bat  now  with  glo  -  rr  crown'd.  A-xxk. 

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2  Let  a**,  with  zeal  like  theirs  liwplrcd. 
Strive  In  the  CbrlKtian  race; 
And.  friHvi  from  every  weUcbt  of  sin. 
Their  hi>ly  footsteps  trace. 

8  Behold  a  wltnr  hh  nobler  still. 
Wh-  i-aih— 


4  He.  for  the  Jo;  — t, 

AttI  mov^'t  vi». 

Kii  '  (  nifw,  nespuied  the aliame, 

rdifnsaboTe. 
4  T!  Mfnjr  fhlnffstv^Wnd, 


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saint .% 


Ei)t  iCommuniou  of  Saints. 

Not  to  the  terrors  of  the  Lord. 

"Jle  hath  prrjtarrd  for  Uum  a  city." 

J I  I        "^  I 


C.  M. 


e   thun-der    of     that  wortl  AVhich  God  ou    Si  -  nai  spoke  ;    A-men. 


f^smwm^^ 


us 


2  But  we  nro  come  to  Sion's  hill, 

The  city  of  our  God; 
"Where  milder  words  declare  His  will, 
And  spread  His  love  abroad. 

3  Behold  th'  innumerable  host 

Of  angels  clothed  in  light: 
Behold  the  spirits  of  the  jnst, 
"Whose  faith  is  changed  to  sight. 


I 


4  Behold  the  bless'd  assembly  there 

"Whose  names  are  writ  in  heaven; 
Hear  God,  the  Judge  of  all,  declare 
Their  sins,  through  Christ,  forgiven. 

5  Angels,  and  Hving  saints  and  dead, 

But  one  communion  make: 
All  join  in  Christ,  their  living  Head, 
Aid  of  His  love  partake.     Amkx. 


J  Q  ^      How  vast  must  their  advantage  be. 

^     "Behold,  how  good  and  joyful  a  thing  it  is,  brethren,  to  dicell  together  in  uniti 


C.  M. 


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How  great  their  pleas-ure    prove 


"Who  live  like  brethren,  and  con  -  sent 


In    of  -  fi  -    ces  of 


love !    A  -  MEX. 


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2  True  love  is  like  the  precious  oil, 

"Which,  poured  on  Aaron's  head. 
Ran  down  his  beard,  and  o'er  his  robes 
Its  costly  fragrance  shed. 

3  'Tis  like  refreshing  dew,  which  does 

On  Hermou'a  top  distil; 


Or  like  the  early  drops  that  fall 

Ou  Siou's  favour'd  hilL 
4  For  Sion  is  the  chosen  seat 

"Where  the  Almighty  King 
The  promised  blessing  has  ordain'd. 

And  life's  eternal  spring.    ^Vmzn. 


1 86.- 


Cljc  iCommuuiou  o(  ^aintg. 
Tor  the  Apostles'  glorious  company. 

TKrir  sottnd  wnit  into  alt  tke  earlk,  and  tkeir  %tordt 


1.   For     the      A   -  pos  -  tlos'      glo  -  riouB    com  -  pa  -  ny,      Wlio,  bear  -  ing 


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forth     tho     Cross    o'er    land    and      sea,        Shook   all      the      might   -   y 

'7a.      £L      .OL         .^         ^ 


187. 


2  For  the  Evangelists,  by  whose  blest  word. 
Like  fourfold  streams,  the  garden  of  the  Lord 
Is  fair  and  fruitlul,  bo  Thy  Name  adored. 

Allelaia. 

3  For  Martvrs,  who,  with  raptnre-kindled  eye, 
Saw  the  bright  crown  descending  from  sky, 
And  died  to  grasp  it,  Thee  we  gh>rify. 

Alleluia.     Amex. 

For  all  the  saints,  who  from  their  labours  rest. 


"  W'c  art  compassed  aboui  xciUi  so  great  a  cloud  of  vntneste*," 


P.  M. 


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1.    Of         all        the     Saints,     who      from     their       la   -  bours       rest, 


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2  Thou  wast  their  rock,  their  fortress,  and  their  might; 
Thou,  Lord,  their  Captain  in  the  well-fought  fight; 
Thou,  in  the  darkness  drear,  the  Light  of  light. 

Alleluia, 

3  0  may  Thy  Boldierp,  faithful,  true,  and  bold, 
Fight  as  the  saints  who  nobly  fought  of  old. 
And  win,  with  them,  the  victor's  crown  of  gold. 

Alleluia. 

4  0  blest  Communion,  fellowship  divine ! 
We  feebly  struggle,  they  in  glory  shine; 
Yet  all  are  one  in  Thee,  for  all  are  Thine. 

Alleluia, 

5  And  when  the  strife  is  fierce,  the  warfare  long, 
Steals  on  the  ear  the  distant  triumph-song, 
And  hearts  are  brave  again,  and  arms  are  strong. 

Alleluia. 

6  The  golden  evening  brightens  in  the  west; 
Soon,  soon  to  faithful  warriors  comes  the  rest; 
Sweet  is  the  calm  of  Paradise  the  bless'd. 


Alleluia. 


7  But  lo!  there  breaks  a  yet  more  glorious  day; 
The  saints  triumphant  rise  in  bright  array; 
The  King  of  Glory  passes  on  His  way. 


Alleluia. 


8  From  earth's  wide  bounds,  from  ocean's  farthest  coast. 
Through  gates  of  pearl  streams  in  the  countless  host. 
Singing  to  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost, 

Alleluia.     Asien. 


i88. 


Cfjc  ifommuniou  of  5aint<5. 
Come,  let  us  join  our  friends  above. 

..f  \\  i  .-  ,■ .  ..  t-  ,u/amul$  im  kta9em  amd  «aHk  is  mmmni.' 
Vimn  Ttjvx. 


C.  M. 


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1.  Come,  let      mh    join    our  friends  a  -  bovc.  That  Lavo  mnde  core  tlic    I'nzr. 

-fl — a — ,9 — ff— ^-^ — '^ . a — "^ o—t^ jo  ' 


-\jid   on    the    ea  -  gle  wings  of   love      To  joys  co-lcs-tio 


jg^ggjgga 


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2  Let  all  the  saints  terrestrial  ning, 

"With  ihose  to  glon'  gone; 
For  all  the  servants  of  our  King, 
In  earth  and  heaven  are  one. 

3  One  family,  we  dwell  in  Him, 

One  Church,  al>ovc,  beneath; 
Though  now  divided  by  the  stream. 
The  narrow  stream  of  death. 


Jl 


4  One  army  of  the  living  God, 

To  His  command  we  bow; 
Part  of  His  host  have  cross'd  the 
And  part  ixre  crossing  now, 

5  Our  spirits  too  bhall  <:iii.Klv  i  .i? 
I  Like  theirs  witL 

I      And  shout  to  SCO  »■. 

!  To  hear  His  tniuipcl  i.»  i.i.  i. 


flood, 


C  Then.  Lord  of  hosts,  be  Thou  our  gtiide. 
And  we,  at  l"hy  command. 
Through  ^-aves  that  part  on  either  side. 
Shall  reach  Thv  blessM  land.     Amoc. 


SCCOXD  TCTIX. 


C.  Nf. 


1 
1.  Come,  let  us  join   our  frientls  a  -  bovc.    That  have  made  sure  the      j  r 

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And    on  the   ca  -  gle  wings  of     love 

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II 


To   joTS  c«  -  lea  -  tial    rise.         .V  -  men. 


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l^sD 


tHht  iTommunion  of  faints. 


189. 


I  lark  !  the  sound  of  holy  voices. 

"And  ojter  this  I  bfhrlJ,  ami  lo,  a  great  mtUtititdf,  \rhirh  no  mnn  could 
number,  of  all  nations  and  kittdrnt  ami  jirvple  and  tongurt,  $ti>otl  bf/ore  tht-. 
throne,  arui  be/ore  the  Lamb,  clothed  with  white  robei,  atid  palms  in  their  hands." 


8S.7S.D. 


ly    voi  -  ces   Chant -ing  o'er   the    ens  -  tal     sen. 


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Mul  -  ti-tutlc,  which  none  can  uum-bcr,    Like   the  stars    in     glo  -  ry   ctandp, 

■^      •^'  ^    ^     =     ^_J^_i^^ 
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Clothed  in  white  ap  -  par  -   el, 


j2. 


hold-ing  Palms  of  victory  in  their  hands,  A-mzx. 


2  Patriarch  and  holy  Prophet, 

Who  prepared  the  way  of  Christ, 
King,  Apostle,  Saint,  Confessor, 

Martyr  and  Evangelist, 
Saintly  maiden,  godly  matron, 

Widows  who  have  watched  to  f>rayer. 
Joined  in  holy  coueert,  singing 

To  the  Lord  of  all,  are  there. 

3  They  have  come  from  tribulation. 

And  havQ  wash'd  their  robes  in  blood, 
Wash'd  them  in  the  blood  of  Jesns; 

Tried  they  were,  and  firm  they  stood; 
Mock'd,  imprison'd,  stoned,  tormented. 

Sawn  asnnder,  slain  -with  sword, 
They  have  conquer'd  death  and  Satan 

By  the  might  of  Christ  the  Lord. 


4  Marching  with  Thy  Cross  their  banner. 

They  have  triumph'd,  following 
Thee,  the  Captain  of  Falvation, 

Thee,  their  Sa-s-ionr  and  their  King; 
Gladly,  Lord,  with  Thee  they  stiflfer'd. 

Gladly,  Lord,  with  Thee  they  died. 
And  by  death  to  life  immortal  ' 

They  were  bom  and  glorified. 

5  Now  they  reign  in  heavenly  glory. 

Now  they  walk  in  golden  light, 
Now  they  drink,  as  from  a  river, 

Holy  bliss  and  infinite: 
Love  and  peace  they  taste  for  ever, 

And  all  tmth  and  knowledge  see 
Li  the  beatific  vision 

Of  the  blessed  Trinity.     Aii£H. 


190 


m.-TIlK  CIlLliClI. 
Glorious  things  of  thcc  are  spoken. 

••  Oiarioua  fAinpt  ar<  tpnken  <'ft\t«,  O  city  «/ God." 
FiBirr  Tisr. 


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,      .      ,     r  r 

1.  Glo-rioos things  of     the^  are   Rpok-en,      Zi  -  on,     ci  •  tj      of     our    God; 

'"  O     ./rt      T^     "^     "^    .   ^       ^      .^     .49'     -^    Us 


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On    the  Rock  of       A  -  ges   fonnd-ed,    Wliat  can  shake   thy  snre  re  -  poee  ? 


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2  See,  the  streams  of  living  waters, 

Springing  from  etonial  love, 
Well  supply  thy  sons  and  danghters, 

And  all  fonr  of  want  remove; 
Who  can  faint,  while  Rtich  a  rirer 

Erer  flows  thoir  thirst t'  assuage? 
Grace,  which  like  the  Lord,  the  giver, 

Never  fails  from  ago  to  age. 


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3  Boond  each  habitation  hovering, 
See  the  clond  and  fire  appear. 
For  a  glory  and  a  covering. 

Showing  that  the  I»rd  is  near. 
Blost  inhabitants  of  Zion, 

Wash'd  in  the  Re^h^mcr's  blood ! 
Jesns,  whom  thoir  souls  rely  on,     [Aiaw. 
them  kings  and  priests  to  God. 


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Igo- 


Glorious  things  of  thee  are  spoken 

"  Glorious  Uiings  are  spokxn  q/thtc,  0  city  of  God." 
Second  Tune. 


Ss.ys.D. 


I^ii^^^iiiii^^ilil 


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r  gTo  -  rioiw  tliiiiRH  ol     thee    arc    spok  -  en,       Zl  -    on,      cl 
I  He,    whose  word  can  -  not     be    brok  -  en,    Form'tl  ihee  for 


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of       our    Cod  ;  1 
own      a  -  bode  ;  \ 

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On     tho    Rock    oi       A  -    ges    found-ed,      What  can  shake    thy    Bare       re  -  pose? 


mmmm^m^m^^^-^^ 


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With    sal  -  va  -  lion's  walls  sur-round  -  ed.    Thou  mayst  smile   at     all    thy    foes.    A-mbn. 


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o-t 1 p — p-^i 1 =^=» car-™ 


191 


I  love  Thy  kingdom,  Lord. 

O  pray  for  the  peace  of  Jerusalem:  they  shall  prosper  that  love  thee." 


S.  M. 


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1.  I       love    Thy  king-dom,  Lord,    The    hoiise  of    Thine  a  -   bode,     The 


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2  I  love  Thy  Church,  O  God; 

Her  walls  beloro  Thee  stand, 
Dear  as  the  apple  of  Thine  eye, 
And  graven  on  Thy  hand- 

3  For  her  my  tears  shfill  fall; 

For  her  my  prayers  ascend; 
To  her  my  cares  and  toils  be  given. 
Till  toils  and  cares  shall  end. 

4  Beyond  my  highest  joy 

I  prize  her  heavenly  ways, 


Her  sweet  commimion,  solemn  vows, 
Her  hymns  of  love  and  praise. 

5  Jesns,  Thou  Friend  divine. 

Our  Saviour  and  our  King, 
Thy  hand  from  every  snare  and  foe 
Shall  great  deliverance  bring. 

6  Sure  as  Thy  truth  shall  last, 

To  Sion  shall  be  given 
The  brighte.'4  glories  earth  can  yield, 
And  brighter  blias  of  heaven.     Aamf. 


192 


Triumphant  Sion  !  lift  thy  head. 

"  Awikf,  awake;  put  em  CAy  Hrtngtk,  O  Sum." 
Taun  TvxK. 


L.  M. 


1.  Tri-amplmnt    Si  -  on  !  lirt  thy  bend  From  dost,  and  dArkness,  and  the  dead  : 

n 


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The'  humbled  long,  awako  at  length,  And  gird  theo  with  thy  Saviour's  strength.  Am£2<. 


^jdL^-eA 


\     1    ^.  1 

2  Put  all  thy  beauteous  garments  on. 
And  let  thy  excellence  be  known: 
Deck'd  in  the  robes  of  righteousness, 
The  \Yorld  thy  glories  shall  confess. 


^mis^S^^ 


3  No  more  shall  foes  unclean  invade, 
And  fill  thv  hallow'd  walls  with  dread; 
No  more  shall  hell's  insulting  host 
Their  victory  and  thy  sorrows  boasL 


4  God  from  on  high  has  he^ird  thy  prayer, 
His  hand  thy  ruins  shall  repair: 
Nor  will  thy  watchful  Monarch  cease 
To  guard  thee  in  etermd  peace.     Amen. 


J  92 


8ECOXD   TCJfE. 


L.  M. 


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Tho'  humbled  long,  awake  at  length,  And  gird  thee  with  thy  SaTioor's  strength.  Axm. 


c^: — *  f  ^  — •»  - 1' 


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God's  temple  crowns  the  holy  mount. 

"  Very  excellent  things  are  tpoken  of  thee,  thou  city  of  God.' 


Six  8s 

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1.  God's  tern  -  plo  crowns  the      Lo  -  ly    mount.   The    Lord  there  con  -de  - 


l/p  >  >      I       1     '^ 

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2  Of  honour'd  Sion  we  aver, 

Illustrious  throngs  from  her  proceed; 
The  Almighty  shall  establish  her, 

And  shall  enrol  her  holy  s»''cd: 
Yea,  for  Ilis  people  He  shall  count 
The  c^dren  of  His  favour'd  mount 


-       1  I  :  .         ^ 

3  Hell  Sion  find  with  numbers  fill'd 

"SMio  celebrate  His  matchless  praise; 
"NVho,  hero  in  hallelujahs  skill'd. 

In  heaven  their  harps  and  hymns  shall 
O  Sion,  seat  of  Israel's  King,  [raise: 

Be  mine  to  drink  thy  living  spring  !  Amzn. 


194 


God  is  our  refuge  in  distress. 

God  it  our  kop<  amd  $trtt^g(X,  a  t>fry  pr<»aU  ktlp  im  troubU. 
I 


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2  A  gentler  stream  with  gladness  still 
The  city  of  our  Lord  shi  Jl  fill. 

The  royal  scat  of  Go<l  mo«t  hifih: 
Ood  dwells  in  Sioii,  whoso  fair  towers 
Shall  mock  th'  nnsnnlts  of  earthly  powers, 

>N'hilo  Ills  Almighty  aid  is  nigh. 


1 


3: 


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■ .5 

3  Submit  to  God's  Almighty  swaj. 
For  Ilim  the  heathen  shall  ol>ey, 

And  earth  her  sovereign  Lord  oonfe 
The  Gt>d  of  hosts  conduct  our  amiB, 
Our  tower  of  refuge  in  plirms. 

As  to  our  fathers  iu  di!>tress. 


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195 


Like  Noah's  weary  dove. 

"  M'e  which  have  believed  do  enter  into  rest." 


s.  ^^. 


a=d:=, 


^  ^        ■«>-       ^s^      -cr  ^ "I  I    .  ^J^ 

1.     Like      No  -  ab's   wea  -  ry  dove,      That     soarod       Iho         earth   ,     a  -  round, 


rest-ing-placo    a  -  bove  The.  cheer    -  less       v/a  -  tcrs  found ;  Am£N. 


2  O  cease,  my  wandering  soul, 

On  restless  wing  to  roam; 
All  the  wide  world,  to  either  pole, 
Has  not  for  thee  a  home. 

3  Behold  the  Ark  of  God, 

Behold  the  open  door; 
Hasten  to  gain  that  dear  abode. 
And  rove,  my  soul,  no  more. 


4  There,  safe  thou  shalt  abide. 

There,  sweet  shall  be  thy  rest. 
And  every  longing  satisfied. 
With  full  palvation  blest. 

5  And  when  the  waves  of  ire 

Again  the  earth  shall  fdl, 
The  Ark  shall  ride  the  sfa  of  fire. 
Then  rest  on  Sion's  hilL     Amex. 


C.  M. 


196. 

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The  Lord,  the  only  God,  is  great. 

"  The  hill  of  Sion  is  a/air  place,  and  the  joy  of  the  whole  earth." 

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2  In  Sion  we  have  seen  perform'd 

A  work  that  was  foretold, 
In  pledge  that  God,  for  times  to  come. 
His  city  will  uphold. 

3  Let  Sion's  mount  with  joy  resound; 

Her  daughters  all  be  taught 
In  songs  His  judgments  to  extol, 
"Who  this  deliverance  wrought. 


4.  Compass  her  walls  in  solemn  pomp. 
Your  eyes  quite  round  her  cast; 
Count  all  her  towers,  and  see  if  there 
You  find  one  stone  displaced. 
5  Her  forts  and  palaces  survey, 
Observe  their  order  well. 
That  to  the  ages  yet  to  come 
His  wonders  you  may  tell. 


G  This  God  is  ours,  and  will  be  ours, 
"Whilst  we  in  Him  confide; 
\Mio,  as  Ho  has  preserved  us  now. 
Till  death  will  be  our  guide.     Amek. 


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One  sole  baptismal  sign. 

••  That  tkey  all  way  bt  erne." 


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2  Our  Sacrifice  is  one. 

One  Priest  before  the  throne. 
The  hliiin,  the  risen  Son, 

liedeemer,  Lord  alone  ! 
And  Ki^hs  from  contrite  hearts  that  spring 
Our  chief,  our  choicest  offering. 

3  Head  of  Thy  Church  beneath. 

The  catholic,  the  true, 
On  all  her  mcmbt^rs  breathe. 

Her  broken  frame  renew  ! 
Then  shall  Thy  i>erfect  will  be  dooe^ 
AMieu  Chribtiaus  love  and  live  as  one 


GLORIA  PATBL 

To  God  tho  Father,  Son, 

And  fu>'*"*^'  ^^'^^  blea'd. 
Eternal  Thret'  in  One, 
All  worship  bo  addreiB'd 
As  hen't4»fore 

It  waH,  iK  now, 
And  shall  l>e  s«> 
For  evermore.    Aaoai. 


198. 


Zift  (Cijurrf). 
Head  of  the  hosts  in  glory ! 

•*  C'lrist  is  the  Head  of  the  Church." 


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2  Angels !  archangels !  glorious 
Guards  of  the  Church  victorious  ! 

Worship  the  Lamb  ! 
Crown  Hira  with  crowns  of  light, 
One  of  the  Three  by  right — 
Love,  majesty,  and  might— 

The  great  I  AM ! 

3  Martyrs  !  whoso  mystic  legions 
March  o'er  you  heavenly  regions 

In  triumph  round: 
Wave  high  your  banners,  wave  ! 
Your  God,  our  Saviour,  clave 
For  death  itself  a  grave, 

Li  hell  profound ! 


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4  Saints  !  in  fair  circles,  casting 
Eich  trophies  everlasting 

At  Jesus'  feet, 
Amidst  our  rude  alarms. 
We  stretch  forth  suppliant  arms, 
That  we,  too,  safe  from  harms. 

In  heaven  may  meet ! 

5  Saviour  !  in  glory  beaming,* 
With  radiance  brightly  streaming, 

Enthroned  in  power, 
Grant,  by  Thy  awful  Name, 
That  we  through  flood  and  flame 
The  Gospel  may  proclaim, 

Till  life's  last  hour.    Amen. 


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^^'ilh  joy  shall  I  behold  ihc  day. 

"  Our/eti  ikaU  Hand  m  tky  gatu,  O  JerutaUm." 


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2  Evu  now,  to  my  expecting  eyes 

The  hcavon-built  towers  of  Salcm  rise; 

Their  glory  I  survey; 
I  view  her  mansions  that  contiin 
The  angel  hopt,  a  beauteous  train, 

And  shine  with  cloudless  day. 

3  Tliithcr,  from  earth's  remotest  cud, 
Ix) !  the  redeem'd  of  God  ascend. 

Borne  on  immortal  wim;: 
There,  crown'd  with  everlasting  joy. 
In  ceaseless  hymns  the  ir  tongues  employ, 

Before  Ih'  Almighty  King. 

4  Mother  of  cities  !  o'er  thy  bend 

Bright  peace^  with  henling  wings  outspread, 

For  evermore  shxill  dwell: 
Let  me,  blest  seat !  my  name  behold 
Am^^ng  thy  citizens  rnr<»ird. 

And  bid  the  world  farcwelL 


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^Qp.        Pleasant  are  Thy  courts  above. 

"  O  hoi0  amiable  are  Thy  dwellingt.  Thou  Lord  o/hotU." 


7S.D. 


1.  Pleas-  ftiit    ftre   Thy  courts  a  -  lx)ve, 


Happy  birds  that  sing  and  fly 
Round  Thy  altars,  O  Most  High! 
Happier  souls,  that  find  a  rest, 
In  a  heavenly  Father's  breast ! 
Like  the  wandering  dove,  that  found 
No  repose  on  earth  around. 
They  can  to  their  ark  repair, 
And  enjoy  it  ever  there. 


3  Happy  souls  !  their  praises  flow, 
Ever  in  this  vale  of  woe ; 
Waters  in  the  desert  rise, 
Manna  feeds  them  from  the  skies; 
On  they  go  from  strength  to  strength. 
Till  they  reach  Thy  throne  at  length; 
At  Thy  feet  adoring  fall. 
Who  hast  led  them  safe  through  alL 

4  Lord,  be  mine  this  prize  to  win; 
Guide  mc  through  a  world  of  sin, 
Keep  me  by  Thy  saving  grace, 
Give  me  at  Thy  side  a  place; 
Sun  and  shield  alike  Tnou  art; 
Guide  and  p^uard  my  erring  heart; 
Grace  and  glory  flow  from  Thee; 
Shower,  O  shower  them.  Lord,  on  me.     Amek. 


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2  Long  have  we  rofimed  in  want  and  pain. 
Long  have  we  sought  Thy  rest  in  vain; 
Wildered  in  doubt,  in  darkness  l»wt. 
Long  have  our  rhuIk  lieon  terapeet-tost; 
Low  at  Thy  feet  our  sins  we  lay; 
Turn  not,  O  Lord  !  Thy  f.>eets  away. 


202. 


E\)c  (fl|)urdj. 
The  Church's  one  foundation. 

"Jftvi  Christ  Ilinutl/ bfiny  the  Ckiff  Com(r-ttone." 


7S.65.D. 


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2  Eloct  from  every  nation, 

Yet  one  o'er  all  the  earth, 
Her  charter  of  salvation 

One  Lord,  one  faith,  one  birth; 
One  holy  Name  she  blesses, 

Partakes  one  holy  food, 
And  to  one  hope  she  presses, 

\Vith  every  grace  endued. 

3  Though  -with  a  scornful  wonder, 

Men  see  her  sore  opprest. 
By  schisms  rent  asunder, 

By  heresies  distrest ; 
Yet  saints  their  vratch  are  keeping. 

Their  cry  goes  up,  "How  long?" 
And  soon  the  night  of  weeping 

Shall  bo  the  mom  of  song. 


'Mid  toil  and  tribulation. 

And  tumult  of  her  war, 
She  waits  the  consummation 

Of  peace  for  evermore; 
Till  with  the  vision  glorious 

Her  longing  eyes  are  blest. 
And  the  great  Church  victorious 

Shall  be  the  Church  at  rest. 
Yet  she  on  earth  hath  union 

^Vith  God  tho  Three  in  One, 
And  mystic  sweet  communion 

"SVith  those  whose  rest  is  won: 
O  happy  ones  and  holy  ! 

Lord,  give  us  grace  that  we 
Like  them,  the  meek  and  lowly, 

On  high  may  dwell  with  Thee.  Amev. 


€\)C  JLorIi'6  Supper. 

[V.-TIIK  SACRA3IK\TS. 
ihou,  God,  all  glory,  honour,  power. 

JkjKj    A  •"IfWrAy  u  tkt  Lawkh  that  %r<n  $}ain  to  rtfrir^  jvwrrr.  and  rickrt,  and 
%J  amd  ttrtRffdk,  and  ktmomr,  and  gUtty,  and  Ueuimg." 

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Since  all  thingn  by  Thy  power  were  made,  And  by  Thy  bonn-ty  lire.      A  -  Mtx. 

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2  And  worthy  is  Ihc  Lamb  nil  power, 

Honour,  and  ^vealth  to  fjaiu, 
Glory  ami  btreugth;  ^^^lo  for  our  yxoa 
A  bacrilico  was  t-laiu. 

3  All  worthy  Thoo,  ^\^lo  hast  rcdecm'd 

And  rauHom'd  us  to  God, 


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From  every  nation,  every  coast. 
By  Thy  most  i)recious  blood. 
4  Blessiiipj  and  honour,  glory,  power, 
By  all  in  t  arth  and  heaven. 
To  Him  That  sits  upon  the  throne. 
And  to  the  Lamb,  be  given.     Ajc£N. 


204, 


To  Jesus,  our  exalted  Lord. 

"JftuM  Christ,  If'Ao  ffavf  Jlimtflfjar  our  tint." 


L.  M, 


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O  let  our  warm  affections  nif.ve 
In  glad  returns  of  grmtcful  love. 
5  Yes,  I,<^rfl.  we  lovf-.  nt-rl  \ro  adore, 
Bui  '  *  '        — 

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205 


J[rf)r  }LoxV^  puppet. 
My  God,  and  is  Thy  table  spread 

"  Come, /or  all  thingt  arc  now  rtudy." 

FlMT  TUKE. 


L.  M. 


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1.   My  Go<l,  and  is    Thy  i^  -  bio  spread,  Aud  docs  Thy  cup  with  lovo  o'er-flow? 


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2  Hail !  sacred  feast,  which  Jesus  make?, 

Rich  banquet  of  His  flesh  and  blood: 
Thrice  happy  he  who  here  partakes 
That  sacred  stream,  that  heavenly  food. 

3  O  lot  Thy  table  honour'd  be, 

And  furnish'd  well  with  joyful  guests: 
And  may  each  soul  salvation  see. 
That  here  its  holy  pledges  tastes. 


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4  Drawn  by  Thy  quickening  grace,  O  Lord, 

In  countless  numbers  let  them  come; 
And  gather  from  their  Father's  board 
The  bread  that  lives  beyond  the  tomb. 

5  Nor  let  Thy  spreading  Gospel  rest,    [run; 

Till  through  the  world  Thy  truth  has 
Till  with  this  bread  all  men  be  blest, 
'Who  see  the  light  or  feel  the  sun.  AiiEN. 


205 


SEiON©   TUNTE. 


L.  M. 


1.  My  God,  and  is    Thy    ta  -  ble  spread,  And  does  Thy  cup  with  lovo  o'er  -  flow  ? 


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iTiic  Horn's  S^PPft. 
And  are  we  now  brought  near  to  God. 

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2  O  for  a  song  of  ardent  praise. 
To  bear  our  souls  alnove  ! 
What  should  allay  our  liveh'  hope, 
Or  damp  our  fLuning  love  ? 


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To  praise  our  heavenly  King: 
O  may  that  lovo  which  spread  this  board. 
Inspire  us  \s  Idle  wo  biug: 


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4  "Glory  to  God  in  highest  strains, 
And  to  the  earth  be  peace; 
Good-will  from  hcavon  to  men  is  come. 
And  let  it  never  cca.se."    Amzn. 

Bread  of  the  world,  in  mercy  broken. 

"  Jcsui  taid  yuUa  Iktjx^  lam  Uu  Bread  0/ Life." 
First  Tcxx. 


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An4  bo  Thv  feast  to  u 
That  by  Thy  grace  our  souls  are  fed.     Amzx. 


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Bread  of  the  wurkl,  in  mercy  broken. 

"Jesus  said  unto  (hem,  J  am  (he  JJread  vf  Life."  P.    M. 

Skcoxd  Tone. 

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To  Him  he  glory  and  dominion." 


C.  M. 


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2  * 'Worthy  the  Lamb  that  died,"  they  cry, 

"To  be  exalted  thus:" 
•'"Worthy  the  Lamb,"  our  lips  reply. 
For  He  was  slain  for  us. 

3  Jesus  is  worthy  to  receive 

Honour  and  power  divine; 
And  bhssings  moro  than  we  can  give, 
Be,  Lord,  for  ever  Thine. 


4  Let  all  that  dwell  above  the  sky, 

And  air,  and  earth,  and  seas, 
Conspire  to  lift  Thy  glories  high, 
And  speak  Thine  endless  praise ! 

5  The  whole  creation  join  in  one. 

To  bless  the  sacred  Name 
Of  Him  that  sits  upon  (he  throne, 
And  to  adore  the  Lan.b.     Amen. 


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Bread  of  heaven,  on  Thcc  wu  iced. 

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To  Thy  Cross  wo  look  and  live: 
Jesus,  may  wo  ever  be 
Grafted,  rooted,  built  in  Thee.     Axex. 

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A3  Thou  when  here  below, 
Our  souls  the  joys  celestial  seek 
"Which  from  Thy  sorrows  flow. 

3  "Wo  would  not  live  by  bread  alone, 

But  by  that  word  of  grace, 
In  strength  of  which  we  travel  on 
To  our  abiding-place. 


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4.  Be  known  to  us  in  breaking  bread. 
But  do  not  then  depart; 
Saviour,  abide  with  us,  and  spread 
Thy  table  in  our  heart. 

5  Lord,  sup  with  us  in  love  divine; 
Thy  body  and  Thy  blood, 
Tliat  living  bread,  that  heavrnlj'  wine, 
Bo  our  immortal  food.     Ami:>-. 


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^  J  J        According  to  Thy  gracious  word. 


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2  Thy  body,  broken  for  my  sake. 

My  bread  from  heaven  shall  be; 
Thy  sacraiaeutiil  cup  I  take, 
And  thuH  remember  Thee. 

3  Can  I  GcthRomano  forpet? 

Or  there  Thy  conflict  see. 
Thine  agony  and  bloody  sweat. 
And  not  remember  Thee  ? 

4  When  to  the  cross  I  turn  mine  eyes, 

And  rest  on  Culvurv, 


O  Lamb  of  God,  my  sacrifice, 

I  must  remember  Thee. 
5  Remember  Thee,  and  all  Thy  pains 

And  all  Thy  love  to  me; 
Yen,  vrhile  a  breath,  a  poise  remainB, 

Will  I  remember  Thee. 
G  And  when  these  failing  lips  grow  dumb, 

And  mind  and  memory  flee. 
When  Thou  sbilt  in  Thy  kingdom  come, 

Jetsus,  remember  me.    Amzm. 


Ijaptijom. 


212. 


The  gentle  Saviour  calls. 

HAmSM   OF  INFANTS. 
Sufftr  little  children  to  oom«  tmto  Me,  and  forbid  then 


S.  M. 


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"\or  Koorn  th»>r  humble  claim: 
The  heirs  ofhenvm  are  such  as  these. 
For  such  as  these  I  come." 


3  Glndly  wo  bring  them.  Ix>rd, 
D<»votin|?  them  to  The<% 
Imrl  »ring  that,  as  we  are  Thine, 
Thine  may  our  oflfspring  be. 


Uaptism. 
Oil.      Saviour,  Who  Thy  flock  art  feeding. 

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Let  them  be  the  bon's  prey ; 
Let  Thy  tenderness,  so  lovirg. 

Keep  them  all  life's  dangerous  vray. 
Then,  within  Thy  fold  eternal. 

Let  thfm  find  a  resting-place; 
Feed  in  pastures  ever  vernal. 

Drink  the  rivers  of  Thy  grace.  Ames*. 


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Fold  Oirm  in  Thy  cjracioufl  arm  : 
ITK're,  we  know,  Thy  wonl  believing, 
(July  there  secure  Irom  hann. 

3  Never  from  Thy  pasture  roving, 

Let  thrm  be  the  lion's  prey: 
Let  Thy  tendemoKs.  so  loving. 
Keep  thrm  nil  life's  dangerous  way. 


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Let  them  fiivl  n  resting-y^boe; 
Feed  in  jtastures  ev<  r  v.nuil. 
Drink  the  rivers  of  1  by  grace. 


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In  token  that  thou  shalt  not  fear. 

"  Thai  he  viaij pUcue  Him  who  hath  chosen  him  to  Ik  a  soldier." 


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2  In  token  that  thou  shalt  not  blush 

To  glory  in  His  Niune, 
"We  blazon  hero  upon  thy  front. 
His  glory  and  His  shame. 

3  In  token  that  thou  shalt  not  flinch 

Christ's  quarrel  to  maintain, 
But  'ueath  His  banner  manfully 
Firm  at  thy  post  remain ; 


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Endure  the  cross,  despise  the  shame, 
And  sit  thee  down  on  high; 

5  Thus  outwardly  and  visibly 

We  seal  thee  for  His  own : 
And  may  the  brow  that  wears  His  Cross 
Hereafter  share  His  Crown.     Amun. 


/^  J  ^  Dear  Saviour,  if  these  lambs  should  stray. 

%^  •' As  long  as  Tie  livelh,  he  shall  be  lent  unto  the  Lord."  L.   M. 


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That  Thy  dear  sacred  Name  they  bear; 

Think  that  the  seal  of  love  di\-ino,           |  4  And  w]icn  these  lips  no  more  can  pray. 

The  sign  of  covenant  grace,  they  wear. ;  The.^e  eyes  can  weep  for  thrm  no  more, 

3  In  all  their  erring,  sinful  years                I  Turn  Thou  their  feet  from  folly's  way; 

O  let  them  ne'er  forgotten  be ;              1  The  wanderers  to  Thy  fold  restore.  Amen. 


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Uaptism. 
Soldiers  of  Christ,  arise. 

BAPT18M   OK  AliULTH. 
JU  strotijf  in  t\e  Lord,  and  in  the  jM/tctr  of  //u  mi'^iU. 


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And  in  His  mighty  power; 
VTho  in  the  strength  of  Jesus  trusts, 
Is  more  than  conqueror. 


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With  all  His  strength  endue<l; 
And  tuk^,  to  arm  yon  for  the  fight, 

The  panoply  of  God  ; 


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4  That  having  all  things  done, 
And  all  vour  cucllicts  past, 
Ye  may  bi.'liold  your  \icU  t\  won, 
Aud'btand  complete  at  hist.    Amtx. 


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My  God  !  the  covenant  of  Thy  love. 

"  Krpt  by  the  power  of  God  through/aith  unto  lalvation.' 

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My  Father  art  becomo, 
Jesiis,  my  Guardian  and  my  Friend, 

And  heaven  my  final  home, — 
I  •vrelcome  all  Thy  sovereign  will, 

For  all  that  •will  is  love; 


And  when  I  know  not  what  Thou  dost, 

I  wait  the  light  above. 
^.  Thy  covenant  in  the  darkest  gloom 

Shall  heavenly  rays  impart, 
Whicli,  when  my  eyelids  close  in  death, 

Shall  warm  my  chilling  heart.  A^EUf. 


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J  O  Jesus,  and  shall  it  ever  be. 

"/  am,  noi  ashameJ,  for  I  know  rchom  I  have  believed." 

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Ashamed  of  Thee,"Wliom  angels  jDraise,  Whose  glories  shine  thro'  endless  days  ?  Amex. 


2  Ashamed  of  Jesns !  sooner  liar 

Let  night  disown  each  radiant  star; 
'Tis  midnight  with  my  soul,  till  He, 
Bright  Morning  Star,  bid  darkness  flee. 

3  Ashamed  of  Jesus  !  O  as  soon 

Let  morning  blush  to  own  the  sun; 
Ho  sheds  the  b»^ams  of  light  divino 
O'er  this  benighted  soul  of  mine. 


4  Ashamed  of  Jesus  !  that  dear  Friend 
On  "SMiom  my  hopes  of  heaven  depend  ? 
No;  when  I  blush,  bo  this  ray  shame, 
That  I  no  more  revere  His  Name. 

5  Ashamed  of  Jesus  !  sinful  pride ; 
I'll  boast  a  Saviour  crucified; 
And  0  may  this  my  portion  bo, 

My  Saviour  not  ashamed  of  me.  Amzx. 


219 


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V.-OFFICES  OF  THE  ClILKCH. 
When,  His  salvation  brinj^ing. 

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C>ur  great  Redeemer's  praise. 

The  stonea,  our  tdltnoe  shaming 
Might  well  hosannaa  raise. 

But  shall  we  only  render 
The  tribute  of  our  wonln  ? 


2  And  since  tho  Lord  rotaineth 
His  lovo  to  children  Btill, 
Tnou:^'h  now  aa  King  ho  reigneth 

On  Zion'H  h'mvenly  hill ; 
Wo'W  flo-'k  firound  His  banner, 

Who  sits  upon  tho  throne, 
And  cry  iil<>utl,  H<»s}\nnA 
To  Ehivid's  royal  Sou: 

Hosann.i  to  Jtsus  wt'll  sing. 


No;  while  our  hearts 
Thoy  too  shall  bt 
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(Catcrijistn. 


220. 


Glory  to  the   I'^athcr  give. 

".Sing  ttnto  Vie  Lord,  ami prai$e  JIi$  Name." 


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ChilJren's  prayers  He  deigns  to  hear,    Children's  so 


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delip^ht  His  oar.       Amen. 


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2  Glory  to  the  Son  wo  hring, 

Christ  our  Prophet,  Priest,  and  King; 
Children,  raise  your  sweetest  strain 
To  the  Lamb,  for  He  was  tlain. 


3  Glory  to  the  Holy  Ghost, 
He  reclaims  the  sinner  lost ; 
Children's  minds  may  He  inspire, 
Touch  their  tongues  with  holy  fire. 


4  Glory  in  the  highest  be 
To  the  blesstJd  Trinity, 
For  the  Gospel  from  above, 
For  the  word  that  ' '  God  is  love. ' 


Amen. 


How  bless'd  are  they  who  always  keep. 

"Blessed  are  they  that  keep  His  te.<ttim(mie!!,  a7id  seek 
Him  with,  their  whole  heart." 


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How  bless'd,  who  to  His  righteous  laws 

Have  still  obedient  been ; 
And  have  with  fervent,  hmnble  zeal 

His  favour  sought  to  win ! 
Such  men  their  utmost  caution  use 

To  shun  each  wicked  deed; 
But  in  the  path  which  He  directs 

With  constant  care  proceed- 


4  Thou  strictly  hast  enjoin'd  us.  Lord, 

To  learn  Thy  sacred  will; 
And  all  our  diligence  employ 

Thy  statues  to  fulfil. 
0  then  that  Thy  most  holy  will 

Might  o'er  my  ways  preside; 
And  i  the  course  of  all  my  life 

By  Thy  direction  guide  !    Amen. 


2  ?  ^ 


Catfcljism. 
O  happy  is  the  man  who  hears. 

JJer  vsajff  are  toayt  q/  pUanuUtuu,  and  all  her  patk»  art  peace. 

^1  II 


C  M. 


2  For  she  hoR  treasures  greater  far 

Than  east  or  west  unfoltl; 
More  precious  are  her  bright  rexnirds 
Than  gems,  or  stores  of  golcL 

3  Her  right  hand  offers  to  the  just 

Immortal,  happy  daye-y 


Her  lefl,  imperishable  'wealth 
And  heavenly  crowns  displays. 
4.  And,  as  her  holy  labours  rise, 
So  her  rewards  increase  ; 

Her  ways  are  ways  of  pleafiantcess. 
And  all  her  paths  are  peace.     Amen. 


223 


\Vhat  a  strange  and  wondrous  story. 

,-t  it;  r.)»  n-fl  u,n,lrrs  ma^  be  done  by  tKe  Xame  of  (he  hoJjf  Child  Jen 
Ttan  Twx. 


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8.=.  7.,. 


l.AVbut    a    strange  and  won-drou3  Eto  -  ry    From  the  Book  of  God  is    read!- 


l/n   ii-  _. S 1    ^. i._. 


§m^^^^^^^^^ 


How  the  Lord  of  life  and  glo  -  ry     Had  not  where  to  lay  His    head  ; —    A  • 


2  How  He  left  His  throne  in  heaven, 

H,.r,.   ♦,.   .„«,..     1.1 1     ..,,.1  .Ijp^ 

Tluit  ,  n, 

Ai    .  ''■'..■■! 

3  Fathtr  !   1. 1  Thy  Holy  Spirit 

Still  reveal  a  SNiviour's  love. 


And  prepare  me  to  inherit 
Glory  where  He  reigns  above. 

4  There,  with  saints  an<l  angels  dwelling, 

■NT'vT  ♦! - I---  ''--liiini, 

Ai  •- 

.^  .-lue.    Amzx. 


(Catcd)i^m. 


2^^ 


X  A .     ^^  ^^^  ^  strange  and  wondrous  story 

J  ••'  That  ,i,jns  and  ycond.r,  may  br  ,Ume  by  the  Xanu  of  the  holy  Child  Jesu,. 
ly     M  ,         .  Second  Tdnb. 


8s.  7s. 


1.      What    n.  sfwlTlfTA  nnrJ    ^^^,1 X.        ^  -r,  ..IT  tt  I 


l^at  «  strange  and  wondrous  sto  -  ry     From  tho  Sook  of     God  ''iT  relod  !- 


-*-:^-*-*r^ 


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How  the  Lord  of    life  and  glo-ry      Had  not  where  to  lay  Uis  head;-    K-Zs. 
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By  cool  Siloam's  shady  rill. 

Tht  child  grew,  and  coaxed  stray  in  spirit,  filed  with  wisdom:  ar^ 
the  grace  of  God  was  upon  Him." 

J 


C.  M. 


1.  By  cool    Si-  lo-am's6ha.dy   rill    How  fair   the  \  -   ly    ^^\        How 


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sweet  the  breath,  beneath  the  hUI,     Of  Sha-ron's  dew  -  y     rose! 


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rru^*'^  *^®  *^^^^^'  '^^hose  early  feet 
I^he  paths  of  peace  have  trod, 
whose  sacred  heart,  with  influence  sweet. 
Is  upward  drawn  to  God. 

3  By  cool  Siloam's  shady  rill 

The  lily  must  decav: 
The  rose  that  blooms 'beneath  the  hill 
Must  shortly  fade  away. 

4  And  soon,  too  soon,  the  wintry  hour 

Of  man's  maturer  age 


Will  shako  the  soul  with  sorrow's  power 
I  And  stormy  passion's  rage. 

5  O  Thou,  whose  infant  feet  were  found 

Within  Thy  Father's  shrine. 
Whose    years,     with     changeless    virtue 
Were  all  alike  divine:  [crown'd, 

6  Dependent  on  Thy  bounteous  breath, 

We  seek  Thy  grace  alone. 
In  childhood,  manhood,  age  and  death. 
To  keep  us  still  Thine  own.     Amen. 


225. 


Jcsu,    meek  and   gentle. 

••  L\ttU  childrrn,  krrp  yountltrM  from  idoU," 
llMtn  TUKB. 


65.55. 


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1.   Je  -    sn,    meek  and      gen    -    tie.         Son     of     God  Mo6i    High, 


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'    \    1 fi>      i: — \ — ij^zzrzirq 


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ri-tyiug,  lov-ing      Sav  -   iour.      Hear  Thy  children's  en*. 


A-  MI3f. 


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=^=^^^^ 


2  Pardon  our  offences, 

Loose  our  captive  chains, 
Break  down  every  idol 
^^'hich  our  soul  detaius. 

3  Give  us  lioly  freedom, 

Fill  our  hearts  with  love; 
Draw  us,  holy  Jchu, 
To  the  realms  above. 


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4  Lead  us  on  our  journey. 

Be  Thyself  the  way 
Through  tcrrcKtiiU  d^r^rnft" 
To  cc-lestiul  day. 

5  Jcfiu,  meek  and  gentle. 

Son  of  God  most  high. 
Pitying,  loving  Saviour, 
licor  Thy  children's  cry. 


AXE'S. 


225 


Second  Tcxe. 


6S.55 


P 


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1.  Je    -    KU,     meek    and     gen    -    tie, 


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Son      of      God    Most     High, 


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III: 


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Pi  -  tying,  lov  -  iug      Sav  -  iour.      Hear  Thy  chilKlron's     cry. 


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(ffatccijijim. 


n  nf\^  think  when  I  read  that  sweet  story  of  old. 


O/  such  is  the  kingdom  of  God. 


P.  M. 


I 

1.     I       think   when     I        read     that  swoet    sto  -    ry        of       old,        When 


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Je  -  sus    was    here     a  -  mong  men,    How  Ho  caU'd  lit  -  tie      chil-dren    as 


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lambs   to    His     fold, 


I  should  like   to    have  been  with  them  then,       A  -  men. 


2  I  Trish  that  His  hand  had  been  placed  on  my  head, 

That  His  ann  had  been  thrown  around  me, 
And  that  I  might  have  seen  His  kind  look  Avhcn  lie  t^aid. 
Let  the  little  ones  come  unto  Me. 

3  Yet  still  to  His  footstool  in  prayer  I  may  go. 

And  ask  for  a  share  in  His  love ; 
And  if  I  thus  earnestly  seek  Him  below, 
I  shall  see  Him  and  hear  Him  above, 

•1  In  that  beautiful  place  He  has  gone  to  prepare 
For  all  who  are  washed  and  forgiven ; 
And  many  dear  children  shall  be  with  Him  there, 
For  of  such  is  the  kingdom  of  heaven, 

5  But  thousands  and  thousands  who  wander  and  fall. 
Never  heard  of  that  heavenly  home; 
I  wish  they  could  know  there  is  room  for  them  all, 
And  that  Jesus  has  bid  them  to  come.     Amen. 


227- 


In  the  vineyard  of  our  Father. 

"  OOur/eU  into  good  grmmd,  ami  ^nmgid /*aik /0-uit 


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Scatter'il  glean  -  iaj?*  wo  mny  pnth  -  or,  Though  we    are    bat  young  and  few  ; 


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A  -  iczx. 


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2  Toilino:  early  in  the  morninp,  I 

Catching  moments  through  the  day, 
Nothing  sniall  or  lowly  scorning 

"While  we  work,  and  watch,  and  pray; 

Gathering  gL\dly 
Free-will  offerings  by  the  way. 

3  Not  for  selfish  prai^  •  '-'•  "i-rv. 

Not  for  objects  i:  rtb. 

But  to  send  the  bl- ^ 

Of  the  Gosi>cl  o'er  Lhu  uirth. 

Telling  mortals 
Of  our  Lord  and  Saviour's  birth. 


4  Up  and  ever  nt  our  calling. 

Till  in  death  onr  lip«  are  dumb, 
OrUll— mu'k  «1 
Christ  chall  . 

And  His  w.w,...,. 
Reach  their  everlasting  home. 

5  Steadfast,  then,  in  our  endeavour, 

Heavenly  Father,  may  we  be; 
And  for  ever,  and  for  ever. 

We  will  give  the  praise  to  Thee; 

Hallcluj.'vh 
Singing,  all  eternity.     AiOBx. 


ryrsQ^       O  write,  upon  my  memory,  Lord. 


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ffl=±g 


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WriU  tktm  wpem  Utf  table  <^tAiii«  keart." 


L.    M. 


f=r 


1.  O  write  up  -  on  my  memory.  Lord,  The  text  and  doctrine    of  Thy  Word; 


v«/ 


iCatcclji^m. 


^^ 


gtz, 


That  I  may  break  Thy  laws  no  more,  But  love  Tlieo  bettor  than  bo  -  fore.    A-men. 


229 


2  With  thoughts  of  Christ  and  things  divine, 
rill  up  this  sinful  heart  of  mine ; 
That  hoping  pardon  through  His  blood, 
I  may  lie  down  and  wake  with  God.  Amzn. 

Saviour,  like  a  shepherd  lead  us. 

Ilf  .-hall  feed  His  Jlock  like  a  shepherd;  He  shall  gather  the  lamhs  with  His 
arm,  and  carry  Uicm  in  His  bosom." 


8S.7S.4. 


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1.   Sav-iour,   like 


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shep-herd  lead    us,    Much  v.-c  need  Thy  ten  -  dcr  care  ; 


Ji 


In    Thy  pleas-ant    pas-tures  feed   u'^,  ;    For   our    use    Thy  folds  pre  -  pare  : 


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Bless-ed    Jc  -  sus,  Bless-cd    Je  -  sus,  Thou  hast  bought  us,  Thino  we  are.      Amen. 

•^  -Sj^     -^     -^    -i^-     -^     -i9-     -i^-  !      jr^^  -i9-     -iS- 


rs 


2  Thou  hast  promised  to  receive  ps,  (3  Early  let  ns  seek  Thy  favour. 

Poor  and  sinful  though  we  be;  '  Early  let  us  learn  "Thy  will; 

Thou  hast  mercy  to  relieve  us;  Do  Thou,  Lord,  our  only  Saviour, 

Grace  to  cleanse,  and  power  to  free:  With  Thy  love  our  bosoms  fill: 

Blessed  Jesus !  Blesst^d  Jesus  ! 

Let  us  early  turn  to  Thee.  .         Thou  hast  loved  us,  —love  us  stilL  Aiien. 


230 


(ratrd)i.^m. 
When  Jesus  left  His  Father's  throne. 

"  U«  akaU  grow  up  hejon  Uim  at  a  Umdkr  plattL 


C.  M.  D. 


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1.  When  Je  -  sua    left    His 
.fiL      .^    .fL     XSL 


P 


Fav-ther's  Ihrouc,  lie  cLuko  uu    Lum-blo     birth; 


Like    us,      tin  -  lion- our'd  and     uu-known,  Ho    came   io   dwell    on     earth. 


Like  Him    may  wo     bo    found    bo  -  low 


-^rT^-:-^— "g*— ^- 


IS 


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42. 


In     wis-dom's  path  of      peace. 

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iko  Him    in  grace  and  knowledge  grow,  As  years  and  strength  increase.  K  -  uex. 


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2  Swoot  woro  His  words  and  kind  His  look. 

When  niotlurs  round  Him  pn^s'd; 
Their  infants  in  lILs  arms  Ho  took. 

And  on  HLb  bosom  bUss'd. 
Safe  from  the  world's  alluring  harms, 

Beneath  His  watchful  <  yo, 
Tims  in  the  circle  of  His  arms 

May  we  for  ever  lie. 

3  "NMicn  Jesus  into  Solcm  rode. 

The  cliildren  sang  around; 
For  joy  they  i)luck'd  the  palms,  and  strow'd 

Tht  ir  garments  on  the  groond. 
Hosanna  our  glad  voice*  raise, 

H()R!inna  to  our  King ! 
bhnuld  we  forgot  our  Saviour's  praise. 

The  stonoa  themselvee  would  sing.    Amsv. 


231 


(tattti)i9im. 
There  is  a  green  hill  far  away. 

"  WhiU  we  were  yd  tinnrrt,  Christ  died  for  ui." 
FinsT  Tune. 


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C.  M. 


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1.  There  is       a    green  hill    far       a  -  way,     "With  -  out     a      cit   -  y     wall, 
a. — a ^ fS—^o "^ , ^a "^ ea—  ^^ ^  a. 


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Whero  the  dear  Lord  was    cm  -  ci  -  fiecl  "Who  died  to  save   ns      all.       A-men. 


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2  "We  may  not  know,  we  cannot  tell, 

"What  pains  He  had  to  bear. 
But  wo  believe  it  was  for  us 
He  hung  and  suffered  there. 

3  He  died  that  we  might  be  forgiven, 

He  died  to  make  us  good, 
That  we  might  go  at  last  to  heaven, 
Saved  by  His  precious  blood. 


4  There  was  no  other  good  enough 

To  pay  the  price  of  sin, 
He  only  could  unlock  the  gate 
Of  heaven,  and  let  us  in. 

5  0,  dearly,  dearly  has  He  loved, 

And  we  mustlove  Him  too, 
And  trust  in  His  redeeming  blood, 
And  tiy  His  works  to  do.     Amen. 


231 


Second  Tune. 


C.  M. 


7n — ^-7n »—  B—^^ — 


L^IE 


1.  There    is       a     green  hill     far      a  -  way,     "With  -  out      a       cit  -    y      wall, 

-   JjJ-fg.     ^   ^  -^  A'  ^ 


"Where  the  dear  Lord  wsa  cm  -  ci  -  fied     "Who  died  to    save  us 
•   r^ — <5 — — 


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all.  A -MEN. 


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232 


<Catcrl)ism. 

Onward,  Christian  soldiers. 


«i  cnurarjf     .     .     .     Anil  t'.r    / 
V  jth  <jo  bf/ort  tket." 


Go-ing  on   bo  -  fore.  ChriBt  the  rov-al     M;i«   -    ter       Leads  against  tho   foe. 


J — 1 


^s^f^:^ 


.acc- 


Forwartl  iii  -  to    bat  -  tie,     See,  His  banners    go. 


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Onward,  ChriKtian  koI  -  dicrp. 


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7*:j     ,^-j^  -2:^  Tsr  ^  ^    ^,  ^sr 
Marching  as   to     war,  With  the  Cross  of  Je  -   bus,     Go-ing  on   be  -  fore.  Amzv. 


iltg 


^ 


At  the  sipn  of  trirmph 

Satan's  host  doth  flee; 
On,  then,  Christian  Boldiers, 

On  to  victory. 
Hell's  foundations  quiver 

At  tlio  shout  of  praLse; 
Brothers,  lift  your  voices, 

Ixmd  your  anthems  raise. 
Onward,  «tc. 


3  Like  a  mighty  army 

Moves  the  Church  of  God ; 
Urothers.  wo  are  treading 

Wheso  the  saints  fayave  trod; 
"NVo  are  not  divided. 
All  one  body  we, 
One  in  hope  and  doctrine. 
One  in  charity. 

Onward,  Jbc 


Ctatcdjtem. 


4  Crowns  nnd  tbronos  mny  perish, 
Kiugdoms  rise  ftiid  wuue, 
But  the  Church  of  Jtsus 
Constunt  will  rcmnin; 
(Jfttos  of  hell  can  never 

•Giiinst  thiit  Church  prevail; 
We  have  Christ's  owii  promise, 
And  that  cannot  fail. 

Ouwoi-d,  &c. 


5  Onward,  then,  ye  people. 
Join  our  hiii)i)y  throng. 
Blend  with  ours  your  voices 

In  the  triuuiph-hong; 
Glorv,  liud,  and  honour, 
Uiito  Christ  the  King; 
This  through  conntless  ages 
Men  and  angels  sing. 

Onward,  &c.     Amzn. 


232. 


Second  Tuke. 


66.5s. 


;fiEir^iS§=^^6S 


1 .  Onward,  Christian  soldiers,  IMarching  as  to       war.     With  the  Cross  of  Je  -  sus 


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Go-ing    on     be  -  fore.   Christ  the  Boy- al     Mas-ter      Leads  a-gainst  the    foe, 


Chorus. 


1=2?: 


2Z^=«?^ 


Forward  in  -  to    bat  -  tie       See,  His  ban-ners  go.     Onward,  Christian  soldiers, 


I        I 


Marching  as  to      war,    V:Uh  the  Cross  ot  J.^  -  sus 

I  .^  jz.  .«.     r  •■       -^    -  -O- 


Go-incjon   be -fore.      Amen. 


(ratrrt)irim, 


Once  in  royal  David's  City. 

••  Tke  cAiUl  Jesta." 


8t.7s.7s. 


1.  Onco   in      roy  -  al    Da-vid's  Cit  -  y      Stood  a     low-  ly    cat-  llo     bhed, 


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oih-cr    LiiJ  htr     Ba  -  Ly,       In       ft      mftn-ger  for    H 


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Ma  -  rj'     wiw      thnt  mother  luilil,   Je  -  bus  Christ  her   lit  -  tlo    Child.    Amxx. 


»-»-•%■   m  J52.      .fi.        .^.    -5^ 


22: 


Ht?  camo  down  to  w\rth  from  heaven 

Who  is  (J(hI  and  Lord  of  all, 
And  HiH  shelter  was  a  stahlo, 

And  His  cradle  was  a  stall: 
Witli  tbo  poor,  and  mnin,  and  lowly. 
Lived  on  earth  our  Saviour  holy. 

And.  thronch  all  ITis  wondrous  childhood, 

He  would  honour  and  obey, 
L«ne,  aud  watoh  the  lowlv  maiden 

In  whose  p<ntle  arras  He  lay; 
Christian  children  all  must  bo 
Mild,  obedient,  good  as  He. 


4  For  He  is  our  childhood's  patieni. 

Day  by  day  like  tLs  Hf  prew; 
He  was  little,  weak,  aud  helpless. 

Tears  and  Rmileti  like  us  He  knew; 
And  Ho  fet^leth  for  our  sadnees, 
Aud  Ho  hhareth  iu  our  gladnesB. 

5  And  our  ryes  at  lost  php^l  c^"  ITim, 

Throufih  His  own  rt  >  ve. 

For  that  child  po  dear  n' 

Is  our  Lortl  in  heaven  alxive; 
And  Ho  leads  His  children  on 
To  the  place  where  He  is  gone. 


C  Not  in  that  poor  lowly  stable, 
With  tlie  oxen  standing  by, 
Wo  shall  see  Him ;  but  in  heaven. 

Set  at  God's  ricrht  hand  on  hiph; 
A^lirn  liko  stnrs  His  rhildhoo<l  crowned 
All  iu  white  shall  ^vait  arouud.     Amen. 


(Confirmation. 


234 


My  God,  accept  my  heart  this  clay. 

•  "IKj//*  my  whole,  heart  have  I  sought  Thee;  O  let  me  not  yo  wrong  out  of  Thy 
commandmentt. 


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1.  My    God,  ac  -  cept    my    heart  this    day,     And  make  it 


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That    I  from  Thee  no  more  may  stray,  No  more  from  Thee  de  -  cline,      A -men. 


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2  Before  the  Crops  of  Him  -who  died, 

Behold,  I  prostrate  fall; 

Let  everj'  bin  be  cnicified, 

And  Christ  be  all  in  all. 

3  Anoint  me  with  Thy  heavenly  grace, 

And  seal  mc  for  Thine  own; 


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That  I  may  see  Thy  plorious  face. 
And  worship  near  Thy  throne. 
4  Let  every  thought,  and  work,  and  word. 
To  Thee  be  ever  given; 
Then  life  shall  be  Thy  service.  Lord, 
And  death  the  gate  of  heaven !      Amen. 


O  happy  day,  that  stays  my  choice. 

"  My  heart  is  fixed,  0  God,  my  heart  is  fixed." 


L.  M. 


1.  O     hap  -  py  day.that  stays  my  choice  On  Thee,  my  Saviour    and    my  God: 


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2  O  hajipy  bond,  that  seals  my  vows 

To  Him  who  merits  all  my  love  ! 
Let  cheerful  anthems  fill  His  house, 
"While  to  His  sacred  throne  I  move. 

3  Here  rest,  my  oft-divided  heart, 

Fix'd  on  thy  God,  thy  Saviour  rest; 


AMio  with  the  world  would  grieve  to  part 
"NVhen  call'd  on  angels'  food  to  feast  ? 
•1  BUgh  heaven,  that  heard  the  solemn  vow. 
That  vow  renew'd  shall  daily  hear. 
Till  in  life's  latest  hour  I  bow. 
And  bless  in  death  a  bond  so  dear.  Amen. 


236. 

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Confirmation. 
Jesus,  1  my  cross  have  taken. 

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2  Man  may  trouble  and  distre«w  me, 

'Twillbut  drive  mo  to  Thy  breast; 
Life  with  triftls  hard  mny  i)res8  me. 

Heaven  will  hrinp  moKweetor  rest 
O  'tiH  not  in  pri<?f  to  harm  me, 

AMiile  Thy  love  is  left  to  me; 
O  'twtre  not  iu  joy  to  chiirin  mo, 

AVcre  that  joy  unmixed  with  Thee. 

4  IlaKte  then  on  from  prace  to  glory, 

Anu'd  by  faith,  and  wingd  by  prayer; 
Heaven's  etenud  day's  before  thee, 

Otid's  own  hand  Khnl^  ..,.\.\..  *\(^^  there. 
Soon  sliall  close  tby  •  4oil, 

Swift  shall  pass  thy  ;  .lys; 

Hoik?  soon  change  Ui  gliwi  fruition. 

Faith  to  Bight  and  prayer  to  praise.    Ajoex 


3  Take,  my  Bonl.  thy  fnll  salvation; 

Rise  oVr  sin,  and  fear,  and  care; 
Joy  to  find  iu  every  sLition 

Something  stdl  to  do  or  bear: 
Think  what  Spirit  dwells  with  thee; 

What  ft  Father's  rauile  is  thine; 
"What  a  S;;viour  died  to  wm  thc-c; 

Child  of  heaven,  shooldht  thou  repine  ? 


237 


(Confirmation. 
My  faith  looks  up  to  Thee. 

*'  -tfy  grace,  is  sufficient /or  thee." 

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1.  My      faith  looks  up      to     Thee,    Thou  Lamb  of     Cal  -  va  -  ry,      Sav 


2  May  Thy  rich  grace  impart 
Strength  to  ray  fainting  heart, 

My  zeal  inspire; 
As  Thou  hast  died  for  me, 
O  may  my  love  to  Thee 
Pure,  warm,  and  changeless  bo 

A  living  fire. 

"While  life's  dark  maze  I  tread 
And  griefs  aroun^l  me  spread, 
Be  Thou  my  guide; 


Bid  darkness  turn  to  day; 
Wipe  sorrow's  tears  away, 
Nor  let  me  never  stray 

From  Thee  aside, 
d  Y»'hen  ends  life's  transient  dream, 
AMien  death's  cold,  sullen  stream 

Shall  o'er  me  roll. 
Blest  Saviour,  then  in  love, 
Fear  and  distrust  remove; 
O  bear  me  safe  above, 

A  ic^nsom'd  soul.     Amen. 


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Confirmation. 


238. 


Thine  for  ever: — God  of  love. 

Atui  tAry  t\idl  Ix  Mtne.  $a\tX  tke  Lord  <\f  llotU,  in  Uutt  d/iy  itkm  I 
up  Mf  JtwtU." 


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1.  Thine  for    or  -  er:— God   of    love. 


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2  Thine  for  ever:— Lord  of  life. 
Shield  us  throufjh  our  earthly  strife: 
Thoa  the  life,  the  truth,  the  way, 
Guide  us  to  the  realms  of  day. 

3  Thine  for  ever: — O  how  blef^'d 
They  who  find  in  Thee  their  rest ! 
Saviour,  guardian,  heavenly  friend, 
O  defend  us  to  the  end. 


4  Thine  for  ever:— Snviour,  keep 

These  Thy  frail  and  trembling  sheep; 
Safe  alone  beneath  Thy  care. 
Let  U.S  all  Thy  goodness  shares 

o  ITiiue  for  ever: — Thou  our  puide, 
All  our  wants  by  Thee  supplied, 
All  our  sins  by  Thee  for^ven. 
Lead  us,  Lord,  from  earth  to  heaven.  Ascm. 


239 


Witness,  ye  men  and  angels ;  now. 

'■  Thou  hast  armichfd  the  Lord  this  day  to  be  tky  God." 


C.  M. 


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240. 


(Tonfirmatiou. 

2  That  long  as  life  itself  shall  last. 

Ourselves  to  Christ  we  yield; 
Nor  from  Ilis  causo  will  we  depart. 
Or  ever  quit  the  field. 

3  "We  trust  not  in  our  native  strength, 

But  on  His  grace  rely, 
That,  with  returning  wants,  the  Lord 
Will  all  our  needs  supply. 

4  Lord,  guide  our  doubtful  feet  aright, 

And  keep  us  in  Thy  ways; 
And,  while  we  turn  our  vows  to  prayers. 
Turn  Thou  our  prayers  to  praise.     Amen. 

Draw,  Holy  Ghost,  Thy  seven-fold  veil. 

"  He  dxccUcth  icith  you,  and  shall  be  in  you." 


L.  M. 


1.  Draw,   Ho   -   ly     Ghost,     Thy     seven  -    fold      veil 
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2  For  ever  on  our  souls  be  traced 

This  blessing  from  the  Saviour's  hand, 
A  sheltering  rrck  in  memory's  waste, 
O'ershado^^'ing  all  the  weary  land.     Amen. 


Confirmation. 
^AT    Lord,  shall  Thy  children  come  to  Thee. 

l"  "  He  UuU  cowutX  unto  Me,  J  trill  in  no  vi»e  eaM  out." 


Six  8s. 


1.  Lord,  clmlJ  Thy  children  como  to    Thcc?    A    boon  of   love  di  -  rine  we 


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J2.     ^  ^  ^  ,  , 


2  Lord,  shall  we  como  ?  and  come  again. 

Oft  as  wo  see  Thy  table  spread, 
And  tokens  of  Thy  dying  Yxcin^ 

llie  wme  jxjur'd  out.  tlie  broken  bread? 
Bless,  bless,  O  Lord,  Thy  children's  prayer, 
That  they  may  come  and  find  Thej  there, 

3  Lord,  shall  wo  come  ?  not  thus  alonA 

At  holy  lime,  or  solemn  rite; 
Pnt  every  hour  till  life  bo  flown. 

Through  weal  or  woe,  in  gloom  or  light. 
Come  to  Thy  throne  of  grace,  that  wo 
In  faith,  hoi>e,  love,  confirm'd  may  bo, 

4  Lord,  shall  wc  come  ?  come  yet  again  ? 

Thy  children  ask  one  blessing  muro: 
To  come,  not  now  fdone;--bnt  then, 

Wlien  life,  and  death,  and  time  ore  o'er; 
Then,  then  to  come,  O  Lord,  and  bo 
Confirmed  in  heaven,  confiim'd  by  Tbce.    Auzk. 


242 


iToufinuatiou. 

•Vnn  these  Thy  soldiers,  mighty  Lord. 


J^it  on  the  whole  armour  of  God." 


L.  M.  D. 


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2  Come,  ever-blessed  Spirit,  come, 

And  make  Thy  servants'  heart  Thy  home; 

May  each  a  hving  temple  be, 

Hailow'd  for  ever.  Lord  to  Thee; 

Enrich  that  temple's  holy  shrine 

"NVith  sevenfold  frifts  of  prace  divine; 

With  wisdom,  licrht,  and  knowled{]:c  bless, 

Strength,  counsel,  fear,  and  godliness.     Ajlex. 


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243 


^Confirmation. 
His  mercy  and  His  truth. 

Show  wu  Thjf  waf$,  O  Gcd,  amd  Uaek  aw  Tkf  patJu." 


S.  M. 


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bring  -  in:^  wandering    sin  -  ners  home,  And  teach-ing  them  Hia  ways.    A-m:: 


2  lie  tlioso  in  justice  pnides 
Who  His  dircotiou  Koek; 
And  in  His  sacred  paths  shall  load 
The  humble  and  the  meek 


3  Through  all  (he  ways  of  God 
IJoth  truth  and  mercy  shine. 
To  such  as  witli  nligiouu  hoartii. 
To  Uis  blest  will  incline. 


4  For  God  to  all  ITis  Kaints 
His  secret  will  imparts 
And  does  His  pracious  covenant  write 
In  their  obedient  hearts.     Amen. 


244 


May  God  accept  our  vow. 

"And  I  vnll  tuxrpl  tMee,  $aith  the  Lord." 


S.  M. 


2  O  Ix)rtl,  Thy  saving  grace 
We  joyfully  chx'lare; 
Our  l>amK'r  in  Thv  Name  we  raise — 
"The  Lord  fultiil  our  prayer!" 


1.  May  God  accept  our  vow, 
Our  sacriflco  receive, 
Our  heart's  devout  request  allow, 
Our  holy  wishes  give! 

3  Now  know  we  that  the  Lord 
His  chosen  will  defend; 
From  heaven  will  strength  divine  aflbid. 
And  will  their  prayer  attend.     Kmxx. 

O  A  Z       ^  ^^^  ^^  hosts,  the  mighty  Lord. 

l" Cj  *  "O  Lord  God  of  Uotis,  blet»rd  it  tkf  mam  OuU  ptMdk  Au  trust  im  The 

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And  still  npjiroach  more  near;  [strength, 
Till  all  on  Siou's  holy  mount 
Before  their  God  appear. 

5  For  God,  who  is  our  sun  and  shield, 

Will  grace  and  glory  give; 
And  no  good  thing  will  He  withhold 
From  them  that  justly  live. 


2  My  longing  soul  faints  with  dcsiro 

To  ^^ew  Thy  blest  abode; 
My  panting  heart  and  flesh  cry  out 
For  Thee,  the  liviug  God. 

3  Thrice  happy  they  whose  choice  has  Thee 

Their  sure  protection  made. 
Who  long  to  tread  the  sacred  ways 
That  to  Thy  dweUing  lead. 


G  Thou  God,  whom  heavenly  hosts  obey, 
How  highly  bless'd  is  he, 
"Whose  hope  and  trust,  securely  placed. 
Are  still  reposed  on  Thee  !    Amen. 


246. 


?^olP  Ittatrimomj. 

How  welcome  was  the  call. 

Both  Jesus  u-as  called,  and  His  disciples,  to  the  marriage. 


S.  M. 


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2  And  happy  was  the  bride, 

And  glad  the  bridegroom's  heart, 
For  He  who  tarried  at  their  side 
Bade  grief  and  ill  depart. 

3  O  Lord  of  life  and  love. 

Come  Thou  again  to-day; 
And  bring  a  blessing  from  al>ove 
That  ne'er  shall  pass  away. 


O  bless,  as  erst  of  old. 

The  bridegroom  and  the  bride; 
Bless  with  the  holier  stream  that  flow'd 

Forth  from  Thy  pierci^d  side. 

Before  Thine  altar  throne 

This  mercy  we  implore; 
As  Thou  dost  knit  them,  Lcrrl,  in  one. 

So  bless  them  evermore.     Amen. 


247 


IDolij  ittatnmonp. 
Deign  this  union  to  approve. 

"  G9d  bUa$ed  Okrm. 


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In      this  nap- tial  bond,  to    Thee      Let  them  con  -  hc  -  crat  -  ed  be.       A-icxK. 


2  In  prospcritT,  be  near. 

To  preserve  thorn  in  Thy  fear; 
lu  affliction,  let  Thy  smile 
All  the  woes  of  life  beguile ; 
And  when  everv  change  is  post, 
Tidce  them  to  Thyself  at  last     Amt?:. 

Tlic  voice  that  breathed  o'er  Eden. 

"  A  tkrfrfold  cord  it  not  quicHjf  bmk-rn." 


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Th«  prim  -  al    raarriago  ble«ing.       It  bath    not  poaa'd  a  -  way.     A  -  ui^. 


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E^aag^., 


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Jl^olij  itlatrimonj}. 


2  Still  in  the  pure  espousal 

Of  Christian  man  and  maiil, 
The  holy  Three  are  with  us, 
The  threefold  grace  is  eaid. 

3  Be  present,  awful  Father, 

To  give  awaj'  this  bride. 
As  Eve  Thou  gav'st  to  Adam 
Out  of  his  own  pierced  side: 

•1  Be  present.  Son  of  Mary, 
To  join  their  loving  hands, 
.Vs  Thou  didst  bind  two  naturori 
In  Thine  eternal  bauds ! 


5  Be  present,  holiest  Spirit, 

To  bless  them  as  they  kneel, 
As  Thou,  for  Christ  the  Bridegroom, 
The  heavenly  spouse  doet  seal ! 

C  O  spread  Thy  pure  wing  o'er  them, 
Let  no  ill  i>owcr  find  place, 
"\\*hcn  onward  to  Thine  altar 
Their  hallow'd  path  they  trace. 

7  To  cast  their  crows  before  Theo 
In  perfect  sacrifice. 
Till  to  the  home  of  gladness 
With  Christ's  own  bride  they  rice.  Amek. 


Our  hearts  to  Thcc  in  prayer  we  bow. 

"  Bting  heirs  togeUier  of  (he  grace  of  life." 


L.  M. 


1.  Our  hearts  to  Theo  in  prayer  wc  bo  v.-,  Jo.  -lus,  the  Heavenly  Bridegroom  Thou ;  A  - 


aHigl 


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bide  with  us,  and  deign  to  bless   Thy  suppliant  ones  with  hap-pi-ness.    A-mtk. 


2  Be  present,  as  at  Cana's  board. 

With  high  and  awful  blessings  stored; 
To  ask  is  ours,  but  only  Thino 
To  turn  the  water  into  wine. 


New  grace  upon  the  newly  wed; 
Be  theirs  to  seek  Thy  presence  dear. 
And  seeking,  find  it  ever  near. 


•1  O  Christ,  do  Thou  to  us  impart 
The  blessing  of  the  pure  in  heart ; 
That  WG  henceforth  in  Thee  abide. 
True  members  of  the  spotless  bride. 

5  More  bright  that  crown,  than  bridal  wreath. 
Which  waits  the  faithful  unto  death; 
And  brighter  than  the  bridegroom's  joy 
The  bliss  which  neyer  hath  alloy. 


C  Lord,  grant  us  so  to  watch  and  guard 
That  this  may  be  our  great  reward: 
With  virgin  souls  to  follow  Thee, 
■  And  where  Tliou  art  for  aye  to  be.  Aicex. 


>7i55iiatiou  of  tl)C  Sick, 


When  gathering  clouds  around  I  view. 

j^    ^\\  f  •  "  H'Ao  u  tkU  Omt  ettmrth  up  /mm  tkf  inUUmeu,  leaning  p.       — 

K^  mp(m  her  iieiaredf"  OIX  05. 


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If  aught  should  t<»mpl  my  Bonl  to  Btray 

From  hcavtuly  wisiloni's  ujutuw  way, 

To  fly  tho  Rix>d  I  would  pursue, 

Or  do  the  sin  I  would  not  ilo; 

Still  He  who  felt  tomptation's  power, 

Hliall  £,aiard  mo  iu  that  daugerouu  hour. 

If  voxinfj  thout^hts  within  me  rise. 
And,  son-  disnmy'd,  my  Kj>irit  dies; 
Still  Hi'  wlio  onco  vonrhsnfod  to  bear 
Such  bitt4'r  r<»nflict  with  <]e«:pair, 
Sliall  KWj'itly  MKithe,  hhall  ^ji-utly  dry. 
The  throbbing  heart,  the  stroaming  eye. 


Wlien  Borrowincr  o'er  some  stone  I  beod. 
Winch  co>frs  what  was  once  a  friend. 

And  from  hi«  v  ■    \  '  •  •  ^ V  his  smile, 

1  >ivid.s  me  f(^r 

Thou  Saviour,  :  irslshed. 

For  Thou  didst  weep  ocr  Loxa 

And  O.  when  I  harr  —'"  ^-  — t^ 
Throufih  every  con!"  lost. 

Still,  still,  uuchan;;!  ■  beside 

^ly  bed  of  death  for  Thou  hast  died: 
Then  point  to  realms  of  cloudloss  day. 
And  vripc  the  latest  tear  away. 


251. 


m^^^u 


IfcJijaiitatiou  of  tl)c  ^k"^. 
Lord,  as  to  Thy  dear  Cross  wc  flee 

<'  Let  this  mind  be  in  you,  which  woi  alto  m  Christ  Jesut." 


C.  M. 


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1.  Loril,  as      to      Thy  dear  Cross  wo     lloe, 


And  plead  to       b^ 


for  -  given, 


So     lot    Thv  life    our    iiat-tcm    bo 


Vad  form  our  souls  for  lieav'n.  A  -  men 


Qs^- 


-i>_ 


I 


2  Help  us,  thronph  poo<l  report  and  i! 

Our  daily  cross  to  hear : 
Like  Tliee,  to  do  our  Father's  vill, 

Our  brethren's  griefs  to  share. 
Let  prace  our  selfishness  expel 

Our  carthliness  refine ; 
And  kindness  in  our  bosoms  dwell, 

As  free  and  true  as  Thine 


•i  If  joy  f?hall  at  Tliy  biddinj;  fly. 
And  priePs  dark  day  come  on. 
Wc  in  our  turn  would"  meekly  cry, 
"Father,  Thy  will  be  done."*' 
0  Kept  peaceful  in  the  midst  of  strife, 
Forg^iviuR  and  forpriven, 
O  may  we  lead  the  pilprim's  life. 
And  follow  Thcc  to  heaven.    Amen. 


'  Surely  He  hath  home  our  grit-Js  and  carried  our  sorrows. 


O  CO    When  our  heads  are  bowed  with  woo. 

,    Tr  ,    „i  ,  .  v_  ^jui  carried  our  sorrows." 


JS. 


m 


1.  "When  our  heads  arc   bowed  with  woe, 


tears    o'er- 


2  Thou  our  throbbine  fiesh  hapt  worn. 
Thou  our  mortal  jrriefa  hast  borne, 
Thou  hast  shed  the  human  tear  ; 
Jesu,  Son  of  Mary,  hear. 

S  When  the  solemn  death-bell  tolls 
For  our  own  departing  souls, 
"When  our  final  doom  is  near, 
Jesu,  Son  of  Mary.  hear. 

4  Thou  hast  bowed  the  dvinp  heail. 
Thou  the  blood  of  life  li'ast  shed, 


o>- 

I 

Thou  hast  filled  a  mortal  bier ; 

Jesu,  Son  of  Mary,  liear. 
5  When  the  heart  is  sad  within 

With  the  thought  of  all  its  sin. 

When  the  spirit  shrinks  ^nth  fear, 

Jesu,  Son  of  Mary,  hear. 
G  Thou  the  shame,  the  grief,  hast  known, 

Tliough  the  sins  were  not  Thine  own; 

Thou  hast  deigned  their  load  to  bear, 

Jesu,  Son  of  Maiy,  hear.    Amex. 


^53 


hou  art  my  hiding-place,  O  Lord ! 


Tkim  art  my  kultmff'place." 


I L 


C.  M.  D. 


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1.    Aiicm    urt      my      hiil  -  iny  -  ijiacc,    U     Lord,    In    The^,    1       j.ui      lu)     liuj»t. 


ii_lil=i^^,L:  :.LL.j 


liff 


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Ea-couroged     by     Thy    ho  -  ly     word,      A      fee  -  bio    child    of    dost 


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c  -  nough  the  Sav  -  iour  died,    Tbo  Sav  -  iour  died    for 


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^ — ^ — '     r 

2  When  storms  of  fierce  temptation  beat, 

And  furioni}  foes  assail, 
My  refuge  is  the  mercy -scat. 

My  hope  within  the  veil. 
From  Ktrifo  of  tongnos  and  bitter  -words 

My  spirit  flics  to  Thee: 
Joy  to  my  heart  the  thought  affords. 

My  Saviour  died  for  me. 

^.  And  when  Thine  awful  voice  commands 

This  body  to  decay. 
And  life,  in  its  last  fingering  sands, 

Is  ebbing  fiurnway, — 
Then,  though  it  be  in  accents  weak, 

And  faint  and  tremblingly-, 
O  Rive  me  strength  in  death  to  q>eak. 

My  Saviour  died  for  mc 


IB. 


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3  Mid  trials  heavy  to  be  borne, 

AMien  mortal  strength  \a  Tain, 
A  heart  with  grief  and  anguish  torn, 

A  botly  rack'd  with  pain, — 
Ah  !  what  could  give  the  snfierer  rest, 

Bid  everv-  murmur  flee. 
But  this  the  witness  in  my  breast 

That  Jesus  died  for  me  ? 


Ui^itatiou  of  tije  ^itk. 

254- 


Thy  way,  not  mine,  O  Lord. 

"  Make  thy  way  ttraight  br/ore  myfacf." 

i^v ,        ;        I        I 


6s.D. 


How  -  ev  -   er 


dark 


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Wiud  -  ing 


or  straight,  it 


Fw-'ght  on-ward  to 


A-IEEN. 


2  I  daro  not  choc^e  my  lot; 

I  would  not,  if  I  might; 
Choose  Thou  for  me,  ray  God; 

So  shall  I  walk  aright. 
Take  Thou  my  cup,  and  it 

With  joy  or  sorrow  fill. 
As  best  to  Thee  may  seem; 

Choose  Thou  my  good  and  ill. 

3  Choase  Thou  for  me  my  friends. 

My  sickness  or  my  health; 
Choose  Thou  my  cares  for  me. 

My  poverty  or  wealth. 
Not  mine,  not  mine  the  choice. 

In  things  or  great  or  small; 
Bj  Thou  my  guide,  my  strength, 

My  ^\isdom,  and  my  all.     Amen. 


Vi^iiatiou  of  tl)r  S^irb. 
-.  When  musing  sorrow  weeps  the  past 


%^  %^f  "  Ilacut^  a  deiire  to  depart,  ami  to  U  wilJk  Ckritt,  wkidi  is/or  \xiUr,"  C.  NI. 

Pin«T  Trxir. 

1.  AVhen  muH-ing  bor-  r^..  v.  cq>»the     past,   And    moama  the       pro  -  sent  pain, 


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How  swoet  to  think  of  peace  at        hiHt,     And  fcc-l  that  death  is    gain.   A  -  ken. 


^ 


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2  'Tis  not  that  munnnring  thoughts  arise, 

And  dread  \\  Father's  will; 
Tin  not  that  nitek  8ul»mission  flies, 
And  would  not  Kutt*  r  Btill; 

3  It  in  that  hoiwon-taught  faith  purveys 

The  path  tliat  leaiLi  to  light, 
And  longs  her  eaglo  plumes  to  raise, 
And  lotiC  herself  in  sight. 


3=tf=^ 


P 


^HJgn 


Si/ 

4  It  Ls  that  hope  with  ardour  glows 

To  see  Him  face  to  face, 
AVhoK*'  dying  love  no  langooge  knows 
Sufficient  art  to  trace. 

5  It  is  that  tortur'd  conscience  feels 

The  pangs  of  struggling  sin; 
Sees,  though  afiir,  the  hand  that  heals, 
And  ends  her  ^\'ur  withiu. 


}^^ 


C  O  let  mo  wing  my  hallow'd  flight 
From  earth-born  woo  and  care. 
And  soar  above  these  clouils  of  night 
My  Siwiour'b  bliss  to  slmro !     ^Vmen. 


8BCOXD  TUXE. 


CM. 


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1.  When  musing  sor-row  wcips     the  past.     And  mourns  the  present  pain.  How 


«S^^fe^ 


RWAnt     to   think  of    peace     at    last,  And  feel  that  death    is  gain.   A  -  locx 


256. 


VirAmion  of  tl)c  3Wn. 
My  (jod,  my  Father,  while  I  stray. 


I 


Thy  will  bt  doru. 
FmsT  TtJNE. 


P.    M. 


-m 


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1.  My  God,  my  Father,  wliflo  I    stray, 


m 


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Far  from  my  homo,  on  life's  rough  way, 
^ — a — a , 


2  Though  dark  ray  path,  and  s:'id  my  lot 
Lot  me  be  still  and  murmur  not, 
Or  breathe  the  prayer  divinely  taught, 
••  Thy  will  be  done." 


3  What  though  iu  lonely  grfef  I  sigh 
For  friends  beloved  no  16nger  uigh 
Submissive  still  would  t  reply, 
' '  Thy  will  be  done. " 


256 


4  If  Thou  Rhouldst  call  me  16  resign 
What  most  I  prize — it  ne'er  was  mine; 
I  only  yielded  Thee  whilt  was  thine — 

"  Thy  will  be  done." 

5  Let  but  my  fainting  hedrt  bo  blest 
With  Thy  sweet  Spirit  for  its  guest, 
My  God,  to  Thee  I  leave  the  rest; 

"  Thy  will  be  done." 

6  Eenew  my  will  from  d:\y  to  day, 
Blend  it  with  Thine,  and  take* away 
All  that  now  makes  it  hard  to  say, 

•'  Thy  will  be  done."     Amen. 


Second  Tune. 


P.  M. 


SE=g3at=. 


U 


1.  My  God,  my  Fa-ther,  v»hilo  I      stray,    Far  from  my  home,  on  life's  rough  way, 


teach  me   from   my  heart  to      Ba\ 


^^ 


Thy   will  be    done.' 

••Thy  will    bo    done." 

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Vi<5itation  of  ti)r  ^irk. 


'  Jfjr  mfditotion  of  liim  aKalt  be  rtetti.' 


7*y  ^^       W'liatc'cr  my  God  ordains  is  riijht 


1.  What  -  e'er   my  God   or  -  daitis    is    right 

J L-J L 


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iL)w  -  e'er    lie     or  -  ders    now    my  cause 


v-»   ^i   t 


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will    be    still   and    trust. 


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is       my    God ;  Though  dark    my   roed ;      He    holds  me     that      I 


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-O^      J-^       -O^  -O-  -  -         r^  ,  I 

shall   not    fall,     AVhere-forc    to    Him    I       leave    it      olL        A    -    - 


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\i\uiU-'cT  my  God  ordains  is  right; 

My  Light,  my  Life  Is  He, 
\s\\Q  cannot  will  me  aught  but  good; 
I  trust  Him  nttcrljr; 
For  well  I  know, 
In  joy  or  woe. 
We  soon  shall  see,  as  sunlight  clear, 
How  faithful  was  our  guardian  here. 
^\  )    •    .  T^  T,,y  God  ordains  is  right; 

I  take  mr  aland, 
T  rrow,  need,  or  death  maka  earth 

For  me  a  desert  land. 
My  Pfither's  caro 
I'^*'  there, 

IToh.  :  t  I  shall  not  fall; 

And  bu  t  '  ii.::i  i  leave  it  all.     AMn?:. 


2  ^^^lato'er  my  Go<l  onhiins  is  right; 
He  never  will  dcctivc; 
He  leads  mo  by  tlie  prtiix?r  path, 
And  so  to  Him  I  cleave, 
And  take  content 
\\'hat  Ho  hath  sent ; 
His  hand  cjin  turn  my  griefs  away, 
And  patiently  I  wait  His  day. 
Wlmtc'cr  my  God  ordains  is  right; 

Though  1  tbc  cup  must  drink 
That  bittvr  Kccms  to  my  faint  heart, 
I  will  in»t  Ui\x  nor  shrink; 
Tearw  pass  uwny 
With  dawn  of  day; 
Sweet  comfort  y«n  shrill  fill  my  heart, 
And  pain  .-uid  sorrow  all  dcixirt 


258 


33urial  of  Hjc  Dcalr. 

Lord,  let  nic  know  my  term  of  days. 

••  Lord,  let  me  know  my  end,  and  thr  number  o/my  days."  C.    M. 


1.  Lonl,  let    mo  kuow  my    term    of    diiys,     How  rooii   my    lifo    will      cml 


^•^?=Fr 


^-.— 1 


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:f^QlE:iEte 


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Tho  nmneroiis  train   of     ills    clis-closc,'VMiich  this  frail  state  at- teucL      A-mek. 


PeiifSii 


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^^=F 


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2  My  lifo,  Thou  know'st,  is  but  a  span, 

A  cipher  sums  my  years; 
And  every  man,  iu  best  estate, 
But  vanity  appears. 

3  Man,  like  a  f^hadow,  vainly  walks, 

"With  fruitless  cares  oppress'd 
He  heaps  up  wealth,  but  cannot  tell 
By  whom  'twill  be  possess'd. 

G  O  spare  me  yet  a  little  time; 
My  wasted  strength  restore. 
Before  I  vanish  quite  from  hence. 
And  shall  be  seen  no  more.     Ajien. 


4  Why  then  Rhould  I  on  worthless  toys 
With  anxious  cares  attend  ? 
On  Thee  alone  my  steadfast  hope 
Shall  ever,  Lord,  depend. 


5  Lord,  hear  my  cry,  accept  my  tears. 
And  listen  to  my  prayer, 
AVho  sojoum  like  a  stranger  here, 
As  all  my  fitthcr?.  were. 


259 


Hear  what  the  voice  from  heaven  declares. 

"I'e  sorrow  not  even  as  others  ichich  have  no  hope."  C   ?^I. 


1  Hear  what  the  voice  from  heaven  declares 
To  those  in  Christ  who  die: 
Released  from  all  their  earthly  cares. 
They'll  reign  with  Him  on  high. 


2  Then  why  lament  departed  friends, 
Or  shako  at  death's  alarms  ? 
Death's  but  the  servant  Jesus  sends 
To  call  us  to  His  arms. 


3  If  sin  be  pardon'd.  we're  secure. 
Death  hath  no  sting  beside: 
The  law  gave  sin  its  strength  and  power, 
But  Christ,  our  ransom,  died. 


4  The  grace  of  all  His  saints  He  bless'd 
When  in  the  grave  He  lay: 
And,  rising  thence,  their  hopes  He  raised 
To  everlasting  day. 

5  Then,  jo^^uUy,  while  life  we  have, 

To  Christ,  our  life,  we'll  sing, 
"Where  is  thy  victorv,  O  grave? 

And  where,  O  death,  thy  sting  ?"    Amen. 


26o. 

p.- 


iiutial  of  tijc  Dca^. 
Asleep  in  Jesus  !  blessed  sleep  ! 

"  Tkeg  Kktck  tierp  in  Jena,  yriU  Qod  bring  yeiXk  Jlimu" 
FlMT  TriTK. 


L.  M. 


-erfi^-^  -T^      -4---,^ 


1.  A -bleep  ill    Jo-BXis !  Llcss-cd  felecp,  From  which  none  cv-€r    wakes  to   weep;  A 


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calm  and    nn  -  dis-tnrb'd  ro  -  pose,       Un-l-'-'^  -  V-  n     by    the  list  of  foea.  Amdc. 


^ 


2  Asleep  in  Jesns  !  O  how  sweet 
To  be  for  huch  a  slumber  meet; 
AVith  holy  confidence  to  sing 

That  death  hath  lost  its  painful  sting  ! 

3  Asleep  in  Jesus !  peaceful  rest  ! 
Whose  wakinj^  is  supremely  blest; 
No  fear,  no  woe  shall  dim  that  hour 
That  manifcstd  the  Saviour's  jwwer. 


260, 


I 

4  Asleep  in  Je«ns  !  O  for  me 
May  such  a  blissful  refu^-e  be  ! 
Securely  shall  my  ahhes  lie. 
Waiting  the  summons  from  on  high. 

5  Asleep  in  Jesus  !  far  from  Theo 

Thy  kindre<l  nnd  tlieir  praves  may  be; 
But  there  is  still  a  blessid  sleep. 
From  which  none  ever  wakes  to  weep. 

Amkx. 


Secom>  Ttxx. 


L.  M, 


^:i:j^^-^E:|:E^^^fF'y=^^is:g^ 


1.  A-slcep  in    Jo  -  sus  !  blcss-cd  deep,  From  which  none  ev  -  cr  wakes  to  weep 


'^^m^m^mm^w^m 


A  calm  and  un-disturb  d  ro  -  peso,    Un-broken    by    the  last  of  foes.    A  -  tax. 


ZiO~0-fy 


^^^-i^^^TTT^m^^msm 


26 1. 


^i*. 


Uuvial  of  tijc  Drat). 
Not  for  the  dead  in  Christ  uc  weep. 

•'  lit  shall  filter  itUopcaci:." 
FiMT  Tu:«E. 


C.  M. 


1.  Not    for     the  dead  in  Christ  wo    weep ;  Tlioir  sor-rows  uow    aro     o'er 

n       I 


^^-tf--2— ?7— 1-^       rj     |-g>— f^-l ^ hvgr-H^-}-'^- 


^=^=q 


:x 


dT: 


ZfZZiM^XSi' 


Tlio    sea    is  calm,  the  tempest  past,     On    that 


ggggggapESpEps 


nal  shore.  A -men. 


^  i 

2  Their  peace  is  soald,  their  rest  is  sure, 
"Within  that  better  home; 
A  while  we  weep  and  linger  here. 
Then  follow  to  tho  tomb. 


3  And  though  no  vision'd  dream  of  bliss 
Nor  trance  of  rapture  show 
"SVhcre,  on  the  bosom  of  their  God, 
They  rest  from  human  woe; 


4  Jesus  !  our  shadowy  path  illume, 
And  teach  the  chasten'd  mind 
To  welcome  all  that's  left  of  good. 
To  all  that's  lost  resign'd.     Amen. 


Second  Titke, 


C.  M. 


9i5tE2 


1.  Not    for     the  dead   in      Christ  wo     weep  ;  Their  sor  -  rows  now  aro     o'er  ; 

-«•      -i^      19-      -i^      -i^       f^  iO      rj  ,, -f^      -«»-       -f5^      -^-      -^9-       -»5>- 


^ 


1        1^      i 


I 


Tho    sea      is  calm,  the  tem-pest  past,    On    that     c  -  ter-nal  shore.   A -men. 

JZ fy.      ^  rv         «         -^     -"^J- 


r,         ' 


262 


Uunal  of  ti)r  Dcati. 
Safe  Home,  safe  Home  in  port  I 

•  "  n'e  Urouffitt  notMimg  iiUo  IkU  world,  and  it  is  certain  we  can  carry  noUu$tg  ottL" 


1 .  Safo  Home,  pafo  Home  in  port !  Ilcnt  cordage,  Bbattcrcd  cleck«  Tom  aailB,   pn> 


G  " 


f^.^' 


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vis  -  ions   libort,  And    on  -  \y 

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^^^^ 


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not      a       vrreck:  But      O    tho      joy      up 


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2  Tho  prize,  tho  prize  secure  ! 

The  warrior  nearly  fell; 
Bare  all  he  could  endure. 

And  bare  not  always  well: 
But  lie  may  smile  at  troubles  gone 
"NMio  sets  tho  victor-garland  on  ! 

3  No  more  tho  foe  can  barm : 

No  more  of  leaguer'd  camp, 
And  cry  of  night  aLimi, 

And  need  of  ready  l:\mp: 
And  yet  how  nearly  had  he  fail'd, — 
How  nearly  had  that  foe  prcvail'd  ! 

4  The  lamb  is  in  tho  fold 

Li  perfect  safety  penn'd; 
The  lion  once  had  hold. 

And  thought  to  make  an  end; 
But  One  came  by  with  wmmded  side. 
And  for  the  sheep  the  iShexihcrd  died.     Amex. 


Uurial  of  ti)t  IDcau. 


^  Tender  Shepherd,  Thou  hast  still'd. 

'2  O  ^  •  BURIAL  OF 

*_y     •'  There 


,v  ciin.D. 

U  hope  in  tJiine  end,  saiUi  the  Lord,  that  thy  childrr.n  shall  come  again  to  q 

their  own  border."  'JS.Oi.  Js. 


Jr.    A  I 1  1 ^1       J I I I       __, 1  1 . 


.     \  Tender  Sbophord,  Thou  hast  stilled  Now  Thy  lit  -  tie  l:iuil)'s  brief  vvLcp 
■  ]  Ah,  how  peaceful,  pale,  aud  mild,     In     its    nar-row    bed   'tis     sleep  ■ 


J^     .fiL    .^    .fiL    ^ 


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bo  -  som  more.     Amek. 


2  In  this  world  of  care  and  pain, 

Lord,  thou  wouldst  no  longer  leave  it 
To  the  sunny  heavenly  plain 

Thou  dost  now  with  joy  receive  it; 
Clothed  in  robes  of  spotless  white, 
Now  it  dwells  with  Thee  in  light. 


\  2  Ah,  Lord,  Jesus,  grant  that  we 

Where  it  lives  may  soon  be  living, 

Aud  the  lovely  pastures  see 

That  its  heavenly  food  are  giving; 

Then  the  gain  of  death  we  prove,   [Amen. 

Though  Thou  take  what  most  we  love. 


264 


(Cljurdjing  Office. 

My  soul  with  grateful  thoughts  of  love. 

"  /  am  well  pleased  that  the  Lord  hath  heard  the  voice  of  v\y  prayer." 


C.  M. 


Be  -  cause  the  Lord  vouchsafed  to    hear 
^      ^22-      -^ 


The  voice  of    mv    re  -  quest.     Amen. 


w-^-=^ 


2  Since  He  has  now  his  ear  inclined, 
I  never  will  despair; 
But  still  in  each  event  of  life 
To  Him  address  my  prayer.     Atjen. 


265. 


jfot  tljo.Qc  at  S^ca, 
Fierce  was  the  wild  billow. 

"  Be  <{fgood  ckter,  it  it  I;  hewA  tjraid." 


6S.45.D. 


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Per-  il    was  nigh !  Then  said  the  God    of  God,  "Peace!  It  is 


r^—n^rei-. 


T?-^ 


^tS^ifeB 


2?=is: 


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"^rm 


2  Ridgo  of  the  motintivin-wavc, 

Lower  thy  crest; 
"Wail  of  the  tempesUwind, 

Ito  thou  at  rcRt; 
Peril  can  none  be, 

Sorrow  mxiKt  fly — 
"Where  Baith  the  Light  of  light, 

'  *  Peace  !  It  is  I. " 


3  Jcsn,  Deliverer, 

Corac  Thou  to  me: 
Soothe  ThoTi  my  voyaging 

Over  life's  sea: 
Thou,  when  the  storm  of  death 

Hoars,  sweeping  by, 
^^^lisper,  O  Truth  of  truth— 

•IVfiv!  It  is  If    Amek. 


I 


266. 


jFor  tIjOHJC  at  ^ca. 
When  through  the  torn  sail. 

"Save,  Lord,  or  we perith." 
FlKST  TUXK. 


123. 


1.  ANTien  throngli  tlic  torn   s;\il       tbo     wild      tcni  -  pest      is 

I 


stream     -     ing, 


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When    o'er      tho     dark    wave    the      red      light -uing       is       gleam 


"Wc      Cy      to 


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Si 


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our  Mak  -  er:  "Save,  Lord,  or     we 

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2  O  Jesiis,  once  rock'd  on  tho  breast  of  the  billow, 
Aroused  by  the  shriek  of  despair  from  Thy  pillow, 
Now  seated  in  glory,  the  mariner  cherish. 

Who  cries  in  his  anguish,  "Save,  Lord,  or  we  perish." 

3  ^\jid  0,  when  tho  whirlwind  of  passion  is  raging. 
When  sin  in  onr  hearts  its  wild  warfare  is  waging, 
Then  send  down  Thy  Spirit  Thy  redeemed  to  cherish, 
Kcbukc  the  destroyer:  "Save,  Lord,  or  wc  perish."    Amtn. 


266. 


jFor  t\mt  at  3ra. 
When  through  the  torn  sail. 


"Save,  Lord,  or  ttf  ^triik,' 


12' 


1.  When  thro*    iho     torn     aoil       the     wild    tcm  -  pest      is      stream- ing, 


m\ 


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light  -  ning     is     gleam  -  ing, 

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Save,  Lortl,  or      we     per 


i&h."     A- am:;. 


^Sl 


2  O  Je.sn*?,  once  rock'd  on  the  broaitt  of  the  billow, 
Aroused  l\v  tUo  shriek  of  despair  from  Thy  pillow, 
Now  seated  in  glory,  the  mariner  cherish, 

"Who  cries  in  his  anguish,  "Save,  Lord,  or  we  perish-" 

3  And  O,  when  the  whirlwind  of  passion  is  raging, 
When  sin  in  our  hearts  its  wild  warfare  is  waging. 
Then  send  down  Thy  Spirit  Thy  redeemdd  to  cherish, 
Bcbukc  the  destroyer:  "Save,  Lord,  or  we  perish-**    Ajcnc. 


267 


jFor  t])09it  at  ^ca. 
Eternal  T^athcr!  strong  to  save. 

These  men  tee  the  works  of  ihe  Lord,  and  Hit  wonders  in  Oie  deep. 


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3; 


2  0  Christ !  whoso  voico  tho  waters  heard. 
And  hushed  their  raging  at  Thy  word, 
"N^lio  walkedst  on  the  foaming  deep, 
And  calm  amidst  its  rage  didst  sleep; 
O  hear  us  when  we  cry  to  Theo 
For  those  in  peril  on  the  sea. 


3  Most  Holy  Spirit  !  who  didst  brood 
Upon  tho  chaos  dark  and  rude, 
And  bid  its  angry  tumult  cease, 
And  give,  for  wild  confusion,  peace; 
O  hear  us  when  we  ciy  to  Thee 
For  those  in  peril  on  the  sea. 


4  O  Trinity  of  love  and  power  ! 

Our  brethren  shield  in  danger's  hour; 
From  rock  and  tempest,  fire  and  foe, 
Protect  them  wheresoe'er  they  go; 

llius  evermore  shall  rise  to  Thee 

Glad  hymas  cf  praise  from  land  and  sea.     Amen. 


268. 


k;> 


/r^^H 


jFor  tl)o^r  at  Sea. 
()  Thou  who  didst  prepare. 

"  Jenit  u-mt  tmto  tfca»,  valkittff  on  tk$  am." 


S.  M 


1.  O    Thou  \STio  didst    pro 


poro 


Tho 


o  -  oean'8  Bound -ing     deep, 


f9-    -a-  -^    IT     •*•  T^ 


And  bid  the  gatli'ring  tta  -  ten  thcro    In  might-y  conoonnM  sveep ;  A-! 


fi'-r'^ — <^- 


22: 


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^ 


2  Toss'd  in  onr  reeling  bark 
On  this  tumultuous  sea, 
Thy  wondrous  ways,  0  Lord,  wc  mark, 
And  lift  our  hearts  to  Thee. 


3  Jesns  is  nigh,  -who  trod 

Of  old  that  foaming  spray, 
Whose  billows  own'd  the  incarnate  God, 
And  died  in  calm  away. 


4  Though  fiwolk  tho  threatening  tide, 
Mounting  to  heaven  above, 
We  know  iu  whom  our  souls  confide. 
And  fciirles-s  trust  llis  love.     Ascex. 


.ord,  for  the  just  Thou  dost  provide. 

"  /  viU  l-frp  thee  in  all  placft  wkUXrr  thou  foctl." 
[^Vhich  mAy  bo  used  at  8««  or  on  Land.] 


C.  M. 


g::^Li;=i^ 


g~t 


^g^g#g=i 


1.  Lord,  for    the    just  Thou  dost    pro -vide,    Thou  art  their  sure    de-fenoo: 


E  -  tor  -  nal  Ww<lom  is    their  guide,  Their  help,  Om-ni  -  po4enoe.  A- 


|§!^g5SPfFff=^9^?lf^^^:FIl 


,ifor  tijo^c  at  Sea. 


2  Though  tliry  through  foreign  lauds  shouUl 

And  breathe  the  tainted  air  [roam 

In  burning  climates,  far  from  home, 
Yet  Thou,  thiir  God,  art  there. 

3  Thy  goodness  sweetens  every  soil, 

Makes  every  country  please; 
Thou  on  the  snowy  hills  dost  smile, 
And  smooth'st  the  rugged 


4  "When  waves  on  waves,  to  heaven  uprear'd. 
Defied  the  jiilot's  art; 
A\Tien  terror  in  each  face  appear'd, 
And  sorrow  in  each  heart; 


5  To  Thee  I  raised  my  humble  prayer. 

To  snatch  me  from  the  grave: 
I  found  Thine  car  not  slow  to  hear, 
Nor  short  Thine  arm  to  save. 

6  Thou  gav'st  the  word,  the  winds  did 

The  storms  obcy'd  Thy  will, 
The  ragiug  sea  was  hushed  in  peace, 
And  every  wave  was  stilL 


7  For  this,  my  life,  in  every  state, 
A  life  of  praise  shall  be ; 
And  death,  when  death  shall  be  my  Ixite, 
Shall  join  my  soul  to  Thee.      Amen. 


©rtrinatinn  or  Institution  of  fttini.^^tcrs. 

Lord,  pour  Thy  Spirit  from  on  high. 

"  Let  Thj2>riests  be  clothed  with  righteousness." 


270. 


1.  Lord,  pour  Thy  Spirit    from  on      high.  And  Thine  ordiiin-ed     ser-vants  bless  ; 


Graces  and  gift*>  to   each  suj-ply.  And  clothe  Thy  priests  with  righteousness.  Amen. 


r\  1  ;  I      i      I I 


2  "Within  Thy  temple  when  they  stand, 

To  teach  the  tmth  as  taught  by  Thee, 
Saviour,  like  stars  in  Thy  right  hand 
Let  all  Thy  Church's  pastors  be. 

3  "Wisdom,  and  zeal,  and  love  impart. 

Firmness  and  meekness  from  above. 
To  bear  Thy  people  in  their  heart, 
And  love  the  souls  whom  Thou  dost  love; 


4  To  love,  and  pray,  and  never  faint, 

By  day  and  night  their  guard  to  keep, 
To  warn  the  sinner,  form  the  saint. 
To  feed  Thy  lambs,  and  tend  Thy  sheep. 

5  So,  when  their  work  is  finish'd  here, 

They  may  in  hope  tbeir  charge  resign; 
So,  when  their  blaster  shall  appear. 
They  may  with  crowns  of  glory  shine. 

AjkEEN. 


271-.. 


Ortiinaiiou. 
leather  ui  mercies,  buw  Thine  ear. 

'nlo  fverjf  one  t\f  ut  is piren  grace;  according  Ut  tke  wt€asur<  t*/ 0*t  gijt  of  Ckritt ." 


L.  M. 


pgiiE^^^^ 


'■Hr^- 


1.  Fa-thcr  of   mer-cios,  bow  Thino  car,      At-t<!n-tiTe  to     our  earnest    prayer: 


1= 


:=: 


^ 


^ 


pPiE^i^^JdET^gfilP^liiga 


Wo  plead  for  tboso  \vbo  ])lead  for  Thee  ;  Successful  pleaders  idaj  they  be.  A  - 


MEX. 


2  How  pprcat  their  \rork,  how  vast  their  charge! 
Do  Thou  thtir  aiixioas  souls  cnlarj^e: 
Their  best  ncquirenients  nre  our  gain; 
"\Vc  share  the  blessings  they  obtain. 

3  Clothe,  then,  with  energy  divine 
Their  words,  and  let  those  words  be  Thine; 
To  them  Thy  sacred  tnith  reveal, 
Suppreea  their  fear,  inllamc  their  zeaL 

C  Let  finners  break  their  nmKsy  chains, 
Distressed  souls  lorget  their  mins; 
Let  hght  through  distant  realms  be  spread. 
And  Sion  rear  her  droopiug  head.     Amiin. 


I     ^1    ' 

4  Teach  them  to  sow  th'^  — -;-^f5  seed, 
Tcuch  them  Thy  chi  t  >  feed; 
Teach  them  immort:.:  gain — 
Souls  that  will  well  ruwurd  their  pain. 

5  Let  thronging  multitudes  r>yrr.^^^^^. 
Hear  from  their  lips  the  ;  \\ 
In  humble  strains  Thy  gn.                .  , 
And  feel  thy  new-creating  i  j  •  ^  i . 


272 


Come  pure  hearts,  in  sweetest  measures. 

"  And  a  rirrr  trnit  out  of  Eilcn  to  yeatrr  the  garden;  and  from  Ounce 
it  was  piirtcd,  and  became  into/our  heads." 

Tmn  TuxK. 


ki^=t=i=T^^ 


8s.7s. 

Six  lines. 
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^ 


1.  Come,  pure  hearts  in  sweetest  mcosaros  Smg  of  tboso  who  spread  the  troasores 


■li^N^ffe^^i 


©rXiination. 


•»-€ — ^S— l:gzs<:iU 

Peace  on  eurtli  their  pro-cla  -  ma-tiou,  Love  from  God  to    lost  man-kind.     A-men. 


K  I    r    '     ^ 


-■- — ©--" 


2  See  the  Eivcrs  four  that  gladden 

With  their  streams  the  better  Eden 

Planted  by  our  Lord  most  dear; 

Chri.st  the  fountain,  these  the  waters; 

Drink,  O  Sion's  sons  and  daughters, 

Drink  and  find  salvation  here. 


3  O  that  we,  Thy  truth  confessing, 
And  Thy  holy  word  possessing, 

Jesu,  may  Thy  love  adore; 
Unto  Thee  cur  voices  raising, 
Thee  with  all  Thy  ransomed  praising, 
Ever  and  for  evermore.     Amen. 


272. 


Second  Tune. 


Ss.ys. 

Six  lines. 


1.  Come,  pure  hearts,  in  sweetest  measures  Sing  of  those  who  spread  the  treasures, 


^k^-iSi 


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^^    J(2,     ,^ 


■^     -jg.    jO.      jO.    ^      ^    .^      jOL 


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In     the      ho  -  ly     Gcs-pels  shrined;  Bless -ed     tid  -  ings     of      sal  -  ra  -  tion, 


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Peace   on  e 

arth  their 

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Love  from 

God  to      lost  man] 

dnd. 

A-MEX. 

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273 


Ortiiiiation. 
Go  forth,  ye  heralds,  in  My  Name, 

••  Tojiroclaim  £A<  u$uearcMabU  ricka  o/ChritL" 
Yitarr  Tcke. 


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2  The  joyful  news  to  all  impart, 

And  teach  them  where  Balvation  lies; 
AVith  caro  bind  up  the  broken  he:u^. 
And  wipe  the  tears  from  weeping  eyes. 


3  Bo  wise  as  serpents,  where  you  go. 
But  harmless  as  the  peaceful  dove; 
\vA  let  your  heaven-taught  conduct  shoi 
That  ye're  commissiou'd  from  above. 


4  Freely  from  3Ic  yo  have  received. 
Freely,  in  love,  to  others  give; 
Thus  shfill  your  doctrines  be  believetl. 

And,  by  your  labours,  binuers  live.     Aicek. 


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2  These  are  our  God's  ambassadors, 

By  whom  His  mind  we  know ; 
God's  angels  in  His  nether  heaven; 

His  heralds  here  below  ! 
Sprinkled  by  them,  the  souls  arise 

That  did  in  Adi\m  die, 
And,  fed  by  them  with  bread  from  heaven, 

Were  traiu'd  for  rest  on  high. 


3  Thy  servants  speak ;  Thou  only  dost 

The  hearing  ear  bestow: 
They  smite  the  rock,  but  Thou  alono 

Dost  bid  the  waters  flow. 
They  seek,  but  only  Thou  hast  skill 

To  bring  the  wanderers  home: 
They  call,  but  Thy  love  must  compel. 

And  ther  the  in^vited  come. 


4  Lord,  Thou  art  in  them  of  a  truth, 

Lest  we  should  go  astray: 
The  twelve  bright  banners  march  before. 

And  show  us  Canaan's  waj-. 
Bless  we  Thy  Name  who  grants  us  here 

To  sing  in  Sion's  ways. 
And  then,  on  heavenly  Sion's  hill. 

To  sing  eternal  praise.     Amen. 


ILajnuu  of  a  vTovufr  ^tonr. 
This  stone  to  Thcc  in  faith  \vc  lay. 


27^. 

/    %^  "  a  ay  Thtnt  eyti  be  opened  Unoard  Oiit  kotue  night  atul  d<iy." 

1  This  Htono  to  The«  in  faith  wo  lay; 

Wo  build  the  t«mi)lo,  Loril,  to  Thee; 
Thine  tye  Ix)  o|)eu  uight  nml  day 
To  guurd  thiii  house  and  sanctuary. 

2  Here,  when  Thy  people  setk  thy  fju.e. 

And  dying  Kiuuers  j)my  to  liv«». 
Hear  Thou  in  luaviu,  'i'hy  d\v(  lling-plncc, 


And  when  'i'hou  Lcarcbt,  O  forgiv< 
3  Here,  when  Thy  njcssonRers  proclaim 
The  blesstd  Gospel  of  Thy  Son, 
Still  by  the  ix)wt'r  of  His  f^TfUt  Niimo 
Be  mighty  bigus  and  wonders  done. 


U  M. 

4  Ilosjinna  !  to  their  heavenly  King, 
When  children'H  voices  miae  that  mng, 

Hosaunii!   let  t^eir  an(;t;U  sing         [long. 
Aud  heaven  with  earth  the  strain  pn>- 

5  But  will,  indeetl,  Jehovah  deign 
H(  re  to  abide,  no  tmnHieut  guest? 

Here  will  the  world'rt  Bcdeemer  reign? 
And  here  the  Holy  Spirit  rest? 
C  That  glorj'  never  hence  depart; 

Yet  ehooge  not,  Lord,  this  house  alone: 
Thv  kiut,'dom  come  to  every  heart, 
in  every  bosom  fix  Thy  throoe. 


^/^     O  Lord  of  Hosts,  Whose  glory  fills. 


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2  Grant  that  all  wo  who  hero  to-day 
Rojoieintf  this  foundation  lay, 
May  be  in  very  deed  Thim^  own. 
Built  on  the  precious  Corner-stone. 

3  Endue  the  creatur^^  with  Thy  grace 
That  shall  odorn  Thy  dwdHng-pbce; 
The  beauty  of  the  oak  and  pine. 

The  gold  and  silver,  make  them  Thine. 


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1  To  Tlieo  they  all  pertain;  to  Thee 

i      The  treasur«M  of  the  earth  and  sea: 
And  when  wo  brinp  them  to  Thy  throne 

I      We  but  present  Thee  with  Thine  own. 

!  5  The  hca<ls  that  gtiidn  endue  with  fckill; 

!      The  hands  that  w        •  '    m  ill; 

That  we,  who  th>  »y, 

Moy  raise  the  toj>taUi.v  i^  .^  w. . .    Xmv. 


(?on«5crratiou  of  (Cljurrtcjb'. 
r)  r^  rj       With  one  consent  let  all  the  earth. 

/      J   **-0  rio  ijiiur  way  into  His  galea  wiUi  ihank»giving,  and  into  Uii  eourlt  with  praise.' 


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2  Convinced  that  He  is  God  alone, 

From  whom  both  we  and  all  proceed 
We,  whom  He  chooses  for  His  own. 
The  flock  that  He  vouchsafes  to  feed. 


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\  3  0  enter  then  His  temple  gate, 
I         Thoncc  to  His  courts  devoutly  press; 

And  still  your  grateful  hj'mns  repeat, 
I         And  still  His  Name  with  praises  bless. 

4  For  He's  Lord,  supremely  good. 
His  mercy  is  for  ever  sure: 
His  truth,  which  always  firmly  stood. 
To  endless  ages  shall  endure.      Amen. 


^  r^O         I'll  wash  my  hands  in  innocence. 

/  "I'll  wash  my  hands  in  innocency,  0  Lord;  and  so  will  I  go  io  Thine  alU 


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Pour  the  glad  hymn  of    triumph  thence.  And  thence  Thj' wonders  show.   A-mzn. 


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2  My  thanks  I'll  publish  there,  and  tell 
How  Thy  reno\s-n  excels; 
Tliat  seat  affords  me  most  delicht, 
In  which  Thine  honour  dwells.     AMI:^^ 


(Tonf^crraiiou  of  (Tljurrfjc^. 


279 


Christ  is  our  curncr-stonc. 

»••  Tht  Lord  ttud  unto  Aim,  /  kar*  KallovM  tkii  ktm*f  to  put  My  A'amr  tkrrt  /or 
ever,  and  Mine  Ky^  and  Mine  Heart  ihaU  Of  tAere  perprtuaUy." 


6&.45. 


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2  O  then  with  hymns  of  i)rai5;«:' 

These  hftllowed  courUs  shall  ring, 
Our  voices  we  will  raise 
The  Three  in  One  to  sing; 
And  thus  proclaim 
In  joyful  song 
Both  loud  and  long 
That  glorious  Name. 


Here,  gracious  God,  do  Thou 

For  evermore  draw  nigh; 
Accept  each  faithful  >ow. 
And  mark  each  suppliant  sigh: 
In  copious  shower 
On  all  who  pray 
Each  h(  ly  day 
Thy  blessing  pour. 


4  Hero  may  we  gain  from  heaven 
The  grace  which  we  implore; 
And  may  that  grace,  once  given, 
"  Bo  with  us  evermore, 
I'ntil  that  day 

ANTion  all  the  Idest 
To  endless  rest 
Are  called  a^ny .    Ahzn. 


28o 


douf^rrratiou  of  (STijurrljcsJ. 
O  with  due  reverence  let  us  all. 

"  Arisr-,  O  Lord,  inUt  Thy  ntling-place." 


1.  O       with   duo   reverence   let 


CO   let      us    all  To   CiocJ  s   a  -  bo<io     re  -  pair; 

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His    foot-stool  fall, 


To  breathe  our  humble  pray'r.  A-men. 


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2  Arise,  O  Lord,  and  now  possess 
Thy  constant  place  of  rest; 
Be  that  not  only  with  Thy  ark, 
But  with  Thy  presence  bless'd. 


3  Clothe  Thou  Thy  priests  with  righteous- 
Make  Thou  Thy  saints  rejoice;      [ness, 
And,  for  Thy  servant  David's  sake, 
Hear  Thy  Anointed'a  voice.     Amen. 


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O  'twas  a  joyful  sound  to  hear. 

O  j>ray  for  the  peace  of  Jerusalem ;    th'y  shall  2>rospcr  that  love  thee." 

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1.  O     'tv.as  a      joy  -  fill    sound  to    hear 
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Our  tribes  de  -  vout  -  ly      say. 


^      •  '     I      ■ 

2  At  Salem's  courts  "we  must  appear, 

"With  our  assembled  powers. 
In  strong  and  beaiiteous  order  ranged 
Like  her  united  towers. 

3  O  ever  pray  for  Salem's  peace; 

For  they  shall  prosp'rous  be. 
Thou  holy  city  of  our  God, 
"WTio  bear  true  love  to  thee. 

4  May  peace  within  thy  jwcred  walls 

A  constant  guest  be  found; 


With  plenty  and  prosperity 
Thy  palaces  be  crown'd. 

5  For  my  dear  brethren's  sake,  and  friends 

No  less  than  brethren  dear, 
I'll  pray,  ]iL^y  peace  in  Salem's  towers 
A  constant  guest  appear. 

6  But  most  of  all  I'll  seek  thy  good. 

And  ever  wish  thee  well, 
For  Sion  and  the  temple's  sake, 
"Where  God  vouchsafes  to  dwell.  Amek. 


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(Tonf^rrration  of  (Ci)urrl)rf5. 
Christ  is  made  the  sure  foundation. 

"  Uckotd  I  lajf  im  SioH  a  eki^ Comer-tlome,  tUel,  prtetmu." 
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2  All  that  dedicated  city, 

Dearly  loved  of  God  on  high, 
In  emltant  juV)ilation 

Pours  perpetual  melody; 
Gtnl  the  On«i  in  Three  ftdoring 

In  glad  hymus  etermiUy. 

3  To  this  tempi c,  whore  we  call  Thee, 

Com«\  O  Lord  of  hosts,  to-day: 
■NVith  Thv  wonted  lovin^'-kindna'^s, 

Hear  Thy  senants  as  they  pray; 
And  Thy  fullest  benediction 

Shed  within  its  walK  i.hvav. 


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4  Here  ronchsafe  to  all  Thy  serrants 

What  they  ask  of  Thee' to  gain, 
^^'hat  they  gain  from  Thee  for  ctct 

^Vith  tlie  blesst!d  to  retain. 
And  hereafter  in  Tliy  glory 

Evermore  with  Thee  to  reign. 

5  Praise  and  honour  to  the  Father, 

Pmise  and  honour  to  the  Son, 
Praise  an<l  honour  to  the  Spirit, 

Ever  lliree  and  ever  One, 
One  in  might,  and  One  in  glory. 

While  eiern.ll  at'es  run.     AifEX. 


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faijsgiong  anu  iCljantics. 

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2  What  lhonf;h  the  spiry  hrcrzes 

Blf^w  soft  o'er  Oylon's  isle; 
Thonijh  every  prospect  pleases. 

And  only  man  in  vile: 
In  \*uin  with  lavish  kindneKs 

Th-^  f^ifts  of  Go*!  are  htn  wn; 
TIjp  heathen  in  blindness 

Bows  down  to  w(X)d  and  stone. 

3  Shall  we.  whoRe  rotiIr  are  lighted 

With  wis<lom  from  ojj  high; 
Shall  wo  to  m<  n  >  — ^  -i-rd 
The  lamp  of  1 

•  V..r  f.i.-r  •. ;„.=  metre.  *co 


I  Solration,  O  Ralvation, 

(  The  joyful  nound  proclaim, 

I  Till  each*  remotest  nation 

I  Hiis  learnt  Messiah's  Namet 

4  'NVrII,  waft,  ye  winds,  Hia  atoiy. 
And  you,  ye  watf rs,  roll, 
i  Till,  like  a  sea  of  glory, 

I  It  spreads  from  pr>\o  to  pole: 

'  Till  <»'er  our  -  '  nature 

I  The  Lam>^ 

Red«H»mer,  Kii;;^.  <  i«nior. 
In  bliss  returns  to  reign. 
H}inn>  '.   n   :^4    7-2.  105.  1«0,  »l.  992,  4». 


iBi^jfJionri  anU  <ff)aritirj5. 


Jesus  shall  reign  where'er  the  sun. 

"  He  thall  have  dominion  from  tea  to  tea." 


I..  M. 


1.  Jc-su3  hbnll  reigii  v»licre'cr       tho   suu  Does  Lis     snc-ces  -  sive    journeys   run; 


^g.;^^ 


ss 


3=^: 


U 


IS 


2 


ZH 


His  kingdom  stretch  from  shore  to  shore,  Till  moons  shall  wax  and  wane  no  more .  Amek. 


^■^l^iiiEggg^^ 


.^^ 


•\      !       ■       I 

2  To  Him  shall  endless  prayer  be  made, 
And  praises  throng  to  crown  His  head; 
His  Name  like  sweet  perfume  shall  rise 
"With  every  morning  sacrifice. 

3  People  and  realms  of  every  tongue 
Dwell  on  His  love  with  sweetest  song; 
And  infant  voices  shall  proclaim 
Their  early  blessings  on  His  Name. 


4  Blessings  abound  where'er  He  reigns; 

The  prisoner  leaps  to  loose  his  chains, 

The  weary  find  eternal  rest, 

And  all  the  sons  of  want  arc  blest. 
I  5  Let  every  creature  rise  and  bring 
!      Peculiar  honours  to  our  King; 
j      Anpcls  descend  with  songs  again, 

And  earth  repeat  the  loud  Amen.     Amen*. 


To  bless  Thv  chosen  race 


"  Tlicd  Thy  jray  mat/  be  known  upon  earth 


^B^ 


:5z: 

Lord,    in  -  cline;   And 
-42.       -^     .,«u       .^2. 


2  That  so  Thy  wondrous  way 

May  through  the  world  be  known ; 
"While  distant  lands  their  tribute  pay, 
And  Thy  salvation  own. 

3  O  let  them  shout  and  sing, 

"With  joy  and  pious  mirth; 
For  Thou*  the  righteous  Judge  and  King, 
Shalt  govern  all  the  earth. 


'         1         I 

4  Let  diflTering  nations  join 

To  celebrate  Thy  fame; 
Let  all  the  world,  O  Lord,  combine 
To  praise  Thy  glorious  Name. 

5  Then  God  upon  our  land 

Shall  oonstant  blessings  shower; 

And  all  the  world  in  awe  shall  stand 

Of  His  resistless  power.     .Imix. 


286. 

u  - 


On   Sion  and  on   Lebanon. 

••  TAo  ikaU  tutke  glory  ifftke  Lard," 


C.    M. 


m 


1.  On      bi  -  on     and    on     Lo  -  ba  -  non, 


* 


Si^3? 


* 


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m 


On     Car  -  mel'ii  blooming    height. 


* 


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■a. 


ITU 


IffTT 


-  »*^ — ^- 


J-. 


On     Sharon's  fer-tile  plains,  once  shone  The  glo  -  rv,  pnre  and  bright    A 


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-p=fc 


-^_ 


^  I 

2  From  thenco  it;  mild  and  cheering  ray 

Strcaiu'd  forth  from  l:iud  to  land; 
Auil  empires  now  bohoM  its  day; 
And  still  its  beams  oxpaniL 

3  Its  bnghtost  Kplondonrs,  darting  west, 

Our  happy  shores  illume  ; 
Our  farther  regions,  once  unblest. 
Now  like  a  garden  bloom. 

4  But  ah  !  our  deserts  doep  and  wil  1 

f!>cc  not  this  heavenly  light; 

^Qf-.         Ann  of  the  Lord,  awake,  awake. 

/  "  AvHikr,  awaJcf;  put  on  strrmyCt,  O  Arm  o/tke  Lord." 


gr:n 


1  ... 

No  sacred  beams,  no  radiance  mild. 

Dispel  their  dreary  night 
5  Thou,  who  didst  lifrhten  Sion's  hill. 

On  Canucl  who  did-t  shine, 
Our  deserts  1. 1  Thy  glory  fill, 

Thy  cxccllenco  divine, 
C  Liko  Lebanon,  in  towering  prido, 

^lay  nil  onr  forej^ts  smile ; 
And  may  our  l)ordcrs  blossom  \**idf 

Like  Sharon's  froitiul  soiL     Aur.s. 


L.  M. 

t 


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2z: 


:s: 


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-<5-.— ■- 


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2: 


7 


L  Arm 


of       tho      Lord, 


(v^oko,       a    -    wake. 


)  •' 


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Pat      on 


Thy 
-7 


<^r't 


strength,  tho     na  •    tions  shake  :    And  let  the  world    a  -  dor 


I-   ►-  -^        <f       r     -««— 


^■z.A  ^:i2.:2:  ^—^  --^ 


Ittissiouft  an?r  (Cfjatitics, 


t/: 


iT 


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Tri  -  umphs  of         m»  r 


cy        wroiif^bt     by 


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i^^^^^isi 


Say  to  the  heathen  from  Thy  throne, 
I  am  Jehovah,  God  alone: 
Thy  voice  their  idols  shall  confound, 
And  cast  their  altars  to  the  ground. 
Let  Siou's  time  of  fiwour  come; 
0  bring  the  tribes  of  Israel  home; 


And  let  our  -uondering  eyes  behold 
Gentiles  and  Jews  in  tTesus'  fold. 
4  Almighty  God,  Thy  grace  proclaim 
In  every  clime,  of  every  name; 
Let  adverse  ])owers  before  Thee  fall, 
And  crown  the  Saviour  Lord  of  all.  Amen. 


288. 


O'er  the  gloomy  hills  of  darkness. 


^^^fe^^ 


'  O  SfTid  out  Thy  light  and  truth 
±  > 


8S.7S.4. 


5=«= 


m 


1.  O'er  the  gloom  -  y    hills  of    dark-ncss  Look,  my   soul,     be   still  and    gaze 


13: 


iE 


S^g^Ff^^^Sj; 


^#= 


1 


All    the  prom  -  is  -  es     do     trav  -  ail    "With    a      glo-rious  day      of      grace. 


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Bless-ed        ju  -  bi  -lac, 
•»•       ■*•       •••  .   ^ 


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—9 — f^ ^#rTr 

Let    thy     glorious  morn-ing      dawn. 


A  -  MZX. 
.Si—    ^ 


I 


^  I 

2  Kingdoms  wide  that  sit  in  darkness. 
Grant  them,  Lord,  Thy  glorious  light. 
And  from  eastern  coast  to  western 
May  the  morning  chase  the  night: 

And  redemption, 
Freely  purchased,  win  the  day. 


2  Fly  abroad,  eternal  Gospel, 

NVin  and  conquer,  never  cease: 
May  thy  lasting  wide  dominions 
Midtiply,  and  still  increase: 

May  thy  sceptre 
Sway  the  enlightened  world  around. 

Amiik. 


289. 


rrom  all  that  dwell  below  the  skies. 


Oprai»e  ft  tkt  Lordt  all  ye  natiamt." 


L.  M. 


-■9 


"'y_\  \»  ' 


1.  From  all   tbat  dwdl   bo  -  luw   the  hkien     Let  the  Cro  -  a  -  tor's  praise  ft-rise; 

^_,  .fiL  jsL  J2.  .^    ^    :^  .a.  .a. 


'^J£^ 


^EK 


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1^ 

Je  -  hovab's  glorioos  Name  be  sang  Throagb  ever}'  land^  by  every  tongao.  Amxv. 


^^-:^^^^ 


Si/ 


'  '^^^ 


=1^-1-^ 


'ziiy: 


^^^ 


290, 


^^ 


'via/        I        I 
2  Eternal  are  Thy  mercies,  Lonl, 
Anil  tnith  eternal  is  Thy  word: 
Thy  praise  shall  souiul  from  shore  to  shore, 
Till  sons  shall  rise  and  set  no  more.  Amen. 

\'c  Christian  heralds,  go,  proclaim. 

"  r<>  pnadi  Uie  acceptable  year  o/Uie  Lord." 


L.  M. 


JSl 


^^r-f-f^»-^\  ^  •  I 


1.  Ye  Christian  her  -  aids,  go,  proclaim  Sal  -  va  -  tion   in    Em  -  manners  name; 


To  distant  climes  the  tidin^.^  bear,    And  ]>lant  the  rose  of  Sharon  there. 

^     ^     ^      ^     ^  a_      .«« 

a. 


^m^^:m^pH=nr^^s^ 


2  Clod  shield  you  with  a  wall  of  firo, 
With  holy  z.^nl  vour  hearts  inspire, 
IJid  ru^'iui:  wimls  their  fur>-  cease. 
And  calm  the  savage  breast  to  peace. 

3  And  when  our  labours  are  all  o'er. 
Then  may  wo  meet  to  j)nrt  no  more, — 
M.»ot,  with  the  mnsomcd  thnmp  to  fall. 
And  crown  the  Saviour  Lord  of  all.  Ascrs. 


291 


itti!Ei<5ionsi  anH  (Cfjarities. 

And   is   the   time  approaching. 

"  And  Uiert  thall  he  onefold  and  one  Shepherd." 
FiBST  Tune. 


7S.6S.D. 


« — I — 


tho     time     ap  -  proacli  -  iug, 
I 


By   propli  -  eta    long    fore  -  told, 


^ 


^EEE 


-1^- 


VThcTi    all     sliall  dwell    to  -   getli  -   cr, 


P^-- 


m^ 


jsr. 


-i9 — 


One   Shep-berd   and     one 
^^       -1^— .- # «> i9— 


fold? 


S^j 


3ZI 


I 


Sliall    ev  -  ery       i    -    dol      per 


To    moles  and    bats 
I  I 

-r&^       -*5J-       -^ 


And     ev  -  erj'  prayer  be 


of 


g— 


»g^gE^g^gElS 


;ii: 


To 


fer'd     To    God    in  Clirlst  a  -  lone?  ^Viirx. 


:p=F: 


^^•-^ 


2  Shall  Jew  and  Gentile,  meeting 

From  many  a  distant  shore, 
Around  one  altar  kneeling. 

One  common  Lord  adore  ? 
Shall  all  that  now  divides  us 

Remove  and  pass  away, 
Like  shadows  of  the  moraing 

Before  the  blaze  of  day  ? 

3  Shall  all  that  now  unites  ns 

^More  sweet  and  lasting  prove, 
A  closer  bond  of  union, 
lu  a  blest  land  of  love  ? 


Shall  war  bo  leam'd  no  longer. 
Shall  strife  and  tumult  cease. 

All  earth  His  blcRsed  kingdom. 
The  Lord  and  Prince  of  Peace  ? 

4  O  long-expected  dawning, 

Come  with  thy  chetring  ray! 
When  shall  the  morning  brighten. 

The  shadows  lice  away  ? 
O  sweet  anticipation ! 

It  cheers  the  watchers  on. 
To  pray,  and  hope,  and  labour, 

Till  the  dark  nii?ht  l^  f'one.    Ames. 


o 


291 


fttissions  anH  <Cf)arittrs. 
And  is  the  time  approaching. 

■•  Atul  Utrre  *Iii.iU  bt  unt  foid  and  une  Skrpherd." 


7s.6s.D. 


2  Shnll  Jew  and  Gontilo.  mooting 

Fr»iin  many  ft  distjuit  shoro, 
Arrnjnd  on«'  alUir  km  tlin^'. 

One  common  Ix>rcl  ndore? 
Shiill  all  that  now  tlividou  ti8 

K«'niovc  nnd  jiuks  nwny. 
Like  shndows  of  the  morning 

llfforc  the  blaze  of  day  ? 

3  Shnll  all  that  now  nnitos  na 

More  KWo<'t  an<l  laHting  prove, 
A  rloder  bond  of  union. 
In  a  blest  boid  of  lore  7 


Shall  war  bo  loam'd  no  lonp^cr, 
Shall  strife  and  tnninit  ccam^ 

All  oartli  His  McsK-d  kingdom. 
The  Lord  and  Prince  of  Peace  ? 

4  O  lont;-«  rpocto^l  dawning, 

Conic  witl)  thy  cho«  ring  ray! 
y\h,u  ,i    11  iL.    11  .rning  brighten, 

'I  .  away  ? 

Os  nl 

It  t*h«tr«  tin-  Nkatchors  on. 
To  prnv.  nnd  hopo.  and  labonr, 

Till  the  dark  night  be  gone.    Ax£s. 


OQO         Souls  in  heathen  darkness  lying. 

■    -1 


And  I  will  set  My  glory  among  the  hralhm." 


8S.7S.4. 


feS^ife 


1.  Souls  in    hea-tliou  dark-ness  ly  -  ing,  Where  110   light  has  Lrok-en    through 


J2.   .a.     .a.  _    js^ 


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3-. ^-p: 


3^i53 


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1 


Souls  that  Je  -  sus  bought  by     dy  -  ing,  Whom  His  soul   in      tra  -  vail  knew — 


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Tliou-sand    voic  -  es 


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A  -  ITEX. 


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2  Christians,  hearken!  None  has  taught  them 

Of  His  love  so  deep  and  dear; 
Of  the  precious  price  that  bought  them ; 
Of  tho  nail,  the  thorn,  the  spear- 

Ye  -who  know  Him, 
Guide  them  from  their  darkness  drear. 

3  Haste,  O  haste,  and  spread  the  tidings 

Wide  to  earth's  remotest  strand; 
Let  no  brother's  bitter  chidings 
Hise  against  us  when  we  stand 

In  the  judgment. 
From  some  far,  forgotten  land, 

4  Lo  !  the  hiUs  for  harvest  whiten, 

All  along  each  distant  shore; 
Seaward  far  the  islands  brighten. 
Light  of  nations !  lead  us  o'er 

'SMien  we  seek  them. 
Let  Thy  Spirit  go  before.     Ami:n. 


293 


When,  Lord,  to  this  our  western  land. 


luK    M1S.MONS    T<» 


TLEIIEXTH   IX   TIIK 


/rvm  iMm'rtnmg  o/  uU  mm." 


85.6s. 


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I.  When,  Lord,  to   thw  our   woKtem   Liud,    Led  ly     Tliv   pro  -  vi  -  den-tial  Luiud, 

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Our    wand'riug  fa  -  ihers  came,     Their     ancient  homes,  Ihcir  Irieods  in  youth. 


Send  forth  the  her-olds    of    Thy  truth,  To  keep  them  in    Thy  Name.     A-kek. 

^  ^_L|. 1 ; ;_1., ^ 


ii^^lg^^^^l..!] 


2  Then,  through  oiir  Bolitary  coast, 
The  desert  features  soon  were  lost; 

Thy  (cmplos  tluTe  iirofc; 
Our  Hhores,  as  culture  mnde  them  fiur, 
Were  hiillowed  by  Thy  rites,  by  prayer 
And  blossomed  as  the  n^se, 

4  Saviour,  we  own  this  d<'l»t  of  love: 
O  shed  Thy  Spirit  from  nbove. 

To  move  each  ('hristian  breast; 
Till  herulds  shall  Thy  tnith  iiroclaim, 
And  tcmj>lc8  rise  to  fix  Thy  Name, 
Throu-jh  all  our  desert  west     Amex. 


3  And  O  may  wc  repay  this  debt 
To  repions  solitary  yet 

Within  our  spreading  land: 
Tliere,  brethren,  from  our  common  home. 
Still  westward,  like  our  fathers,  roam; 

sail  guided  by  Thy  luuid- 


294 


O  w  hv  should  Israel's  sons,  once  blcss'd. 


Fon  THE  JEWS. 
Ood  i*  ahlt  to  graff  Ikrm  in  affain. 


L.  M. 


>(^ 


&^^ 


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m 


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1.  O  why  sbould  Israers  sons,  oncebless'd  Still  roam  the  scorning  world  aroond; 


):  .  ., 


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liar. 


^ 


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IBL 


1$1 


ittissions  anti  tfljaritics, 


Disown'J  of  beav'u,  by  mau  oppress'cl,  Outcasts  from  Ziou's  liallowcd  ground  ?  Amzn. 

i      I  ^    ..  ;  :*jL^ 


2  O  God  of  Israel,  view  their  race ; 

Back  to  Thy  fokl  the  wanderers  bring, 
Teach  them  to  s-eck  Thy  sHghted   grace. 
To  hail  in  Christ  their  promised  King. 

3  The  vale  of  darkness  rend  in  twain, 

Which  hides  their  Shiloh's  glorious  light; 


The  sever'd  olive-branch  again 
To  its  own  pantnt  stock  unite. 
i  Haste,  glorious  day,  expected  long, 

AVhen  Jew  aud  Greek  one  jjrayer  shnll 

With  eager  feet  one  temple  throng,    [raise 
One  God  with  grateful  rapture  praise. 

N. 


295 


High  on  the  bending  willows  hung. 

"  Spealc  yc  cumforUibly  to  Jerusalem." 


L.  M. 


1.  High  on    the  bend-iug  willows  hung,    Is 


rael,  still  sleeps  tlie    tune  -  lul 


=g®=:^ 


l^^=gi 


=^:^>- 


=F 


^ 


IffiZTZ 


r:E|:b=r:^ 


c- 


Xli 


Awake  !  thy  loudest  raptures  raise; 

Let  harp  and  voice  unite  their  strains; 
Thy  promised  King  His  sceptre  sways; 

Behold,  thy  own  Messiah  reigns. 
By  foreign  streams  no  longer  roam, 

And,  weeping,  think  on  Jordan's  flood; 
In  every  clime  behold  a  home. 

In  every  temple  see  thy  God. 


4  No  taunting  foes  the  song  require ; 

No  strangers  mock  thy  captive  chain; 
Thy  friends  provoke  the  silent  lyre, 
And  brethren  ask  the  holy  strain. 

5  Then  why,  on  bending  willows  hung, 

Israel,  still  sleeps  the  tuneful  string  ? 
Why  mute  remains  the  sullen  tongue. 
And  Sion's  song  delays  to  sing  ?  Amex. 


296 


itti^i^iioni^  ant}  if1)aritir!5. 
Fountain  of  good,  to  own  Thy  love. 

•  ••  Iiuitmu'  ft  at  j/c  Auimr  dtmr  ii  unto  onr  nf  the  Utui  c/  tkett  J/ji  brrlkrm,  jk  hnne 
done  it  unto  Jit." 


C.  M. 


gtH> 


'  i^ 


1.  Fuimtuiu   of    gocxl,    to      owu   Thy  love,    Our  Uiank-ful    be»rtH  in  -  cline ; 


^  <^    ^ 


\^4SL     ^ 


-«0 — L  J 


'^nii 


I     I 


■-  ■g^ 


^ 


ji?^;ii 


^  '  ^'i' .  *<>'f^ 


What  cftu  wo   reu  -  der,  Lord,  to  Theo,  ^^^len  all  tbo  'worlds  are  Tbine?  A-milv. 


2  But  Thou  liast  needy  brethren  bero, 
rartiikers  of  Thy  prjice, 
AVhoso  humble  nuiues  Thou  wilt  confess 
Before  Thy  Futbcr'b  face. 

4  Thy  face  with  reverence  and  with  love 
We  in  Thy  power  wou hi  see; 
For  while  -we  minister  to  them, 
We  do  it,  Lord,  to  Thee.     Amxin. 


I    -? r 

3  In  their       '  :    of  distress 

Thy  p!  :re  is  beard; 

In  th»  111   i  i.  ...  ......  »it  be  clotbcd  and  fed: 

And  visited,  und  cbeer'd. 


297 


l/o-^. 


Ricli  arc  the  joys  which  cannot  die. 

••  La\i  up  fur  jfourtflvft  trtasurt*  in  hfamn." 


C.  M. 


A--^ 


^ 


m^^^^^M 


1.  Kicb  arc  the  joys  wbicb  can  -  not     die,     With  God  laid    up      in      store; 


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Tr.uviir.;  l..-v.,M,l  tbo  changing  sky,   Brighter  than  gold -en      ore        A-: 


^  -fl-  :=^V 


l^^9 


2  Tlio  seeds  wbicb  t)ioty  and  love 
Havp  BcatterM  hero*  below, 
In  the  fair  fertile  fields  altovc 
To  ample  harvests  grow. 


?>  All  that  my  willing  bands  can  give 
At  JrsuH'  foot  I  lay; 
Gmce  fiball  the  buniblc  gift  recciTe, 
Abounding  gnoe  repay.    Amsm  . 


^20 8  ^^^^  "^   ^^^   morn   thy   seed. 

Jy  "  In  the  morning  sow  thy  seed,  and  in  the  evming  wiUihold  not  thxnr.  hand."  S.   M. 


cvo  hold   not    thy 


hand  ;       To 


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The  late  or  early  sown; 
Grace  keeps  the  chosen  germ  alive, 
"Wlion  and  wherever  stro\\Ti. 

3  And  duly  shall  appear, 

In  verdure,  beauty,  strength. 


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The  tender  blade,  the  stalk,  the  car, 
^Vud  the  full  corn  at  length. 
•1  Thou  canst  not  toil  in  vain; 

Cold,  heat,  and  moist  and  drA', 

Shall  foster  and  mature  the  grain 
For  garners  in  the  sky.     Amek. 


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A$  every  man  hath  received  the  gift,  even  so  minister  the  same  one  to  another." 

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2  MAy  we  Thy  bounties  thus 

As  stewards  tnie  receive, 
Aud  gladly,  as  Thou  blessest  us, 
To  Thee  our  first-fruits  give. 

3  O  !  hearts  nre  bruised  and  dead. 

And  homes  are  bare  and  cold. 
And  lambs  for  whom  the  Shepherd  bled 
Are  straying  from  the  fold. 

4  To  comfort  and  to  bless. 

To  find  a  balm  for  woe, 


To  tend  the  lone  and  fatherless 
Is  angel's  work  below. 
Z  The  captive  to  release. 

To  God  the  lost  to  bring, 
To  teach  the  way  of  life  and  peace. 
It  is  a  Christ-iikc  thing. 
C  And  wo  believe  Thy  word, 

Though  dim  our  faith  may  be; 
"NVhate'er  for  Thine  we  do,  O  Lord, 
We  do  it  unto  Thee.     a!mzx. 


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And,  that  Thy  followers  may  l>c  trio<l. 

The  poor  nro  with  uh  still. 
Mean  are  all  offerings  wc  can  make, 

But  Thou  hast  taught  us.  Lord, 
If  given  for  the  Saviour's  sake. 

They  lose  not  their  reward.     Aicm. 


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If?  ^-ith  unrivall'd  glory  great; 
The  depths  of  earth  are  in  His  hand, 

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4  O  let  ns  to  His  courts  repair, 
And  bow  with  adoration  there; 
Low  on  our  knees  with  reverence  fall. 
And  on  the  Lord  our  Maker  call.     Amzx. 


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All  the  Btores  the  garden  yields, 
Flcx'k.s  that  whiten  all  the  plain, 
Yellow  sheaves  ofriix'nM  grain: 
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Lord,  for  these  our  sonls  shall 
Grateful  vows  and  Bolemn  praise 


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4  Peace,  prosperity,  and  health, 
Private  bliss  and  public  wealth. 
Knowledge,  with  its  gladdening  streams, 
Pure  religion's  holier  beams: 
Lord,  for  these  our  souls  sliall  raifte 
Grateful  vows  and  solemn  praise.    Amxx. 

Now  thank  w  c  all  our  God. 

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Through  all  our  life  be  near  us, 

"With  ever  joyful  hearts 
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And  keep  us  in  His  grace. 

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The  Father  now  be  given, 

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"With  them  in  highest  heaven, 
The  One  eternal  God, 

"Whom  earth  and  heaven  adore, 
For  thus  it  was,  is  now, 

And  shall  be  evermore.     Amen. 


Salvation  doth  to  God  belong. 

FOR   PUBLIC   MERCIES  AND   DELIVERANCES. 
'^  Let  the  people  praise  Thee,  0  God." 


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Propitious  to  His  people's  prayer, 
And  though  deliverance  He  may  stay, 
Yet  answers  still  in  His  own  day. 


3  O  may  his  goodness  lead  our  land. 
Still  saved  by  Thine  Almighty  hand, 
The  tribute-  of  its  love  to  bring 
To  Thee,  our  Saviour  and  our  King.AMirs'. 


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Day  by  d.\y  his  course  to  run; 

For  His  ujcrcies  still  endure, 
Ever  faithful,  ever  sure: 

3  And  the  silvrr  moon  by  nipht, 
Shining'  with  her  ^'^ntle  lif^ht; 

For  His  mercies  still  endure, 
Ever  fiiitliful,  ever  sure. 

4  Praise  Him  that  he  Rave  the  rain 
To  mature  the  swellinR  Rrain; 

For  His  mercies  still  endure. 
Ever  faiUiful,  ever  sure: 


5  And  hath  bid  the  fniitfnl  fir  Id 
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He  hath  fill'd  the  parner-i' 
For  His  mercies  still  <  ij  . 
Ever  faithful,  ever  sure: 

7  And  for  richer  food  thun  this. 
Pledge  of  everlasting  bliss; 
For  His  mercies  still  endure, 
Ever  faithful,  ever  sure. 


8  Glorj'  to  our  bounteous  Kinj?  ! 
Gl'  ry  let  crratioii  sing ! 
Glory  to  the  Father.  Son. 
Ajid  blest  Spirit,  Throe  in  One. 


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Fruit  unto  His  praise  to  jneld; 
"VNTieat  and  tares  together  sown. 
Unto  joy  or  sorrow  grown: 
First  the  blade,  and  then  the  ear, 
Then  the  full  com  shall  appear: 
Lord  of  harvest,  grant  that  we 
^^^lolesome  grain  and  pure  may  be. 


For  the  Lord  our  God  shall  come, 
And  shall  take  His  harvest  home: 
From  His  field  shall  in  that  day 
All  offences  purge  away; 
Give  His  angels  charge  at  last 
In  the  fire  the  tares  to  cast. 
But  the  fruitful  ears  to  store 
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To  Thy  final  Harvest-home: 
Gather  Thou  Thy  people  in. 
Free  from  sorrow,  free  from  sin ; 
There  for  ever  purified. 
In  Thy  presence  to  abide: 
Come  with  all  Thine  angels,  cnrao, 
Eaise  the  glorious  Harvest-home.     Amen. 


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2  The  nation  Thou  hast  blcpt 

May  well  Thy  love  declare, 
From  foes  and  fears  at  rest. 
Protected  by  Thy  care. 
For  this  fair  land, 
For  this  bright  day, 
Our  thanks  we  pay — 
GifU  of  Thy  hand. 

3  May  every  mountain  height. 

Each  vale  and  forest  preen. 
Shine  in  Thy  word's  pure  light. 
And  its  rich  fniits  bo  seen! 
May  every  tongue 
Bn  tnnod  to  praise, 
And  join  to  raiso 
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The  great  Redeemer  own. 

Believe,  obey,  rejoice, 

And  worship  Him  alone; 

Cast  down  thy  pride. 

Thy  sin  deplore. 

And  bow  before 

The  Crucified. 

5  And  when  in  power  He  comes, 

O  may  our  native  land. 
From  all  its  rending  tombs. 
Send  forth  a  glorious  Ixxnd; 
A  countlesc  throng 
Ever  to  sing 
To  heaven's  high  King 
SalTation*8  song. 


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For  Thou  our  land  defendest; 

Thou  pourest  down  Thy  grace, 
And  strife  and  war  Thou  endest. 
Since  golden  peace,  O  Lord, 

Thou  grantest  us  to  see, 
Our  land,  with  one  jjccord. 
Lord  God,  gives  thanks  to  Thee  ! 

3  Lord  God,  wo  worship  Thee ! 
Thou  didst  indeed  chastise  us, 

Yet  still  Thy  anger  spares. 
And  still  Thy  mercy  tries  us : 
Once  more  our  Father's  hand 

Doth  bid  our  sorrows  flee. 
And  peace  rejoice  our  land: 
Lord  God,  wc  worship  Thee!    Axes. 


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Tliou  who  art  ever  nigh 
Gu:u-('ing  with  watchlul  eye, 
To  Thee  aloud  we  cry, 
Godeavc  the  State! 


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To  Father  and  to  Son 
And  Spirit.  Tlireo  in  One, 

All  praise  bo  given. 
As  hath  been  heretofora 
And  shall  be  evermore: 
Let  all  His  Name  adore 

In  earth  and  heaTen.    Axm. 


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3y  p.       Dread  Jehovah,   God  of  Nations. 
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Long  and  loud  for  vengeance  call. 
Thou  hast  mercy  more  abounding, 
Jesus'  blood  can  cleanse  from  all. 


4  Let  that  love  veil  our  transgression. 
Let  that  blood  our  guilt  efface : 
Save  Thy  people  from  oppression, 
Save  from  spoil  Thy  holy  place.    Ambn. 


Kaiional  jfasts. 
j/^x       Dread  Jehovah,  God  of  Nations. 


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3  Though  our  Kins  our  hoiirts  f..nf(mndiug, 

LouK  and  louJ  for  vt  .1, 

Thou  IjHst  imrcy  more  .. 
Jesus'  blood  uxu  deauM;  ixuui  alL 


2  Lo.  with  deep  contrition  turning, 
Humbly  at  Thy  Icot  wo  bend; 
Ht'jir  UK,  fiuitin^,  prayinj^,  mourning; 
Uear  us,  spare  us,  iind  defend. 

4  Lot  that  love  veil  our  trauppre&sion, 

Let  tliat  blood  our  gudt  etface: 

Save  Thy  people  from  opprcKxion, 

S;ivo  from  spoil  Thy  holy  place,    Amex. 

3  J  y     Almighty  Lord,  before  Thy  Throne. 
"  O  Lord^  eorrtct  mu,  htit  vitk  jud0aic$U." 


II. 


C.  M. 


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2  Dark  jndgmont<».  from  Thy  hoavy  hand,     !  1  O  turn  us,  turn  us,  mighty  Lord  I 


Thy  dreadful  power  di«)lav; 
Yet  mm  y  Kimrcs  our  guilty  Wnd, 
And  Ktill  wo  live  to  pray. 
3  H"       ■  '  'liR  divine 


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ixltl  in  sin, 


Convt  rt  U8  by  Thy  grace; 
Then  shall  our 'hearts  obey  Thy  word. 

And  see  again  Thy  &oe. 
Thf-n.  should  oppressing  foes  invada, 

AVo  will  not  yield  to  fear, 
S«>cnro  of  all-fiufficiont  aid, 

\\'hcu  Thou,  O  God,  art  near.     Akkk. 


-National  jfaj^ts. 

3j  ^        O  God  of  love,  O  King  of  peace. 
"  The  Lord  shall  givr.  IIU  people  Ute  blessing  of  peace."  L.M 

1.  O  God  of  love,   O   K 


1.  O  God  of  love,   O   King  of  peace,  Make  wars  througbout  tho  world  to  cease; 


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The  wrath  of  sin  -  ful  man  restrain ;  Give  peace,  O  God,  give  peace  a-gain.    A  -  arEN. 


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2  Remember,  Lord,  Thy  worts  of  old, 
The  wonders  that  our  fathers  told ; 
Remember  not  our  sin's  dark  stain ; 
Give  peace,  O  God,  give  peace  again. 

3  ^\Tiom  shall  we  trust,  but  Thee,  O  Lord  ? 
Where  rest  but  ou  Thy  faithful  word  ? 


None  ever  called  on  Thee  in  vain; 
Give  peace,  O  God,  give  peace  again. 
i.  "NMiere  saints  and  angels  dwell  above, 
All  hearts  are  knit  in  holy  love; 
O  bind  us  in  that  heavenly  chain, 
Give  peace,  O  God,  give  peace  again. 

Amen. 


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Now  may  the  God  of  grace  and  power. 

God  be  merciful  unto  its  and  bless  us,  and  show  us  the  light  of  Uis  counlenaricj,."    L.M 

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2  In  His  salvation  is  our  hope: 

And  in  the  Name  o*"  Israel's  God, 
Our  troops  shall  lift  their  banners  up, 
Our  navies  spread  their  flags  abroad. 

3  Some  trust  in  horses  train'd  for  wao. 

And  some  of  chariota  make  their  boasts 


Our  surest  expeotations  are 
From  Thee,  the  Lord  of  heavenly  hosts. 
4  Then  save  us.  Lord,  from  slavish  fear, 
And  let  our  trust  be  firm  and  strong. 
Till  Thy  salvation  shall  appear, 
And  hymns  of  peace  conclude  our  soog. 


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3y    I    When,  streaming  from  the  eastern  skies. 

1.  Wlum,  btruumingfrom  Uio  cufct-cm  slacE,  TLo  luoming  Ugkt     MtJutes  miiic  tya, 

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CImse  the  dark  clouds  of  guilt  a  -  vray,  And  turn  my  ilark  -  ur  ss    in  -  to  day.  A-juin. 


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2  When  to  heaven's  great  and  glorious  King  '  5  Should  poverty's  consnming  Wow 


My  morning  Bacritice  I  bring, 
And,  mouruing  oer  my  guilt  and  shame, 
Ask  mercy  in  my  Siivicmr  h  Name, 
Then,  Jesus.  Ki)riukie  with  Thy  blood. 
And  be  my  Advocate  with  God . 

3  As  every  day  Thy  mercy  spares 
Will  bring  its  tri-ii-  ..,,.r;t.  ..  ,r  c^ 

0  Saviour,  till  lu 

Be  Thou  my  cou!.  .A: 

Teach  me  'fhy  i^rcvipiji,  oil  diviue^ 
And  be  Thy  gri-at  example  mine, 

4  "When  pain  transfixes  every  part. 
Or  Liuguor  settles  at  the  heart; 
^^'hen  on  ray  bed,  diseased,  opprest, 

1  turn  and  sigh,  and  long  for  rest; 
(>  great  Physician,  see  my  grief. 
And  grant  Thy  servant  sweet  relief, 

8  And  ■♦•■'-  1--  -  '•'• 
Mv. 


Lay  all  my  worldly  comforts  low; 
And  neither  ht  In  nor  hope  appear. 
My  steps  to  guide,  my  heart  to  cheer; 
Lord,  pity  and  supply  my  need. 
For  Thou  on  earth  wast  poor  indeed. 

6  Should  Providence  profusely  poor 
Its  various  M-  vii,.'<  ,.n  my  store; 
O  keep  me  f  i  -  tlttt  wait 
On  such  a  s«  speroos  state: 
From  hurtful  p4u>«>ious  set  me  ftee. 
And  humbly  may  I  walk  with  Thee. 

7  When  each  day's  scenes  and  laboors  dcee. 
And  weari'tl  nature  laeeks  repoae, 
Withp;     '                              "     '  Vft, 
Guard  i  •^; 
And  as  t.^v  \, -,    ;i-s>e, 

O  Icixd  me  onward  to  the  skies. 


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J.si. 

To  cheer  and  bl««  my  dying  U-d; 

And  from  death's  gloom  my  spirit  raise. 

To  sec  Thy  face  and  sing  Thy  praise.     Amt.s. 


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jTamilP  JLitlorgijip. 

Blest  be  the  tic  that  binds. 

"  For  y*  are  members  one  of  another." 

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2  Before  our  Father's  throne 

We  pour  united  prayers; 
Our  fears,  our  hopes,  our  aims  are  one; 
Our  comforts  and  our  cares. 

3  "We  share  cur  mutual  woes, 

Our  mutual  burdens  bear; 
And  often  for  each  other  flows 
The  sympathizing  tear. 


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4  When  we  at  death  must  part, 

Not  like  the  world's,  our  pain ; 
But  one  in  Christ,  and  one  in  heart, 
"We  part  to  meet  again. 

5  From  sorrow,  toil  and  pain. 

And  sin,  we  shall  be  free ; 
And  perfect  love  and  friendship  reign 
Throughout  eternity.     Amen. 


316. 


1/ 


To  Sion's  hill  I  lift  my  eyes. 

1  aiUl  lift  up  mine  eyes  unto  the  hills,  from  whence  cometh  my  help. 


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2  He  will  not  let  thy  foot  be  moved, 

Thy  giiardian  will  not  sleep; 
Behold,  the  God  who  slumbers  not 
Will  favour'd  Israel  keep. 

3  Shelt^r'd  beneath  th'  Almighty's  wings, 

Thou  shalt  securely  xest. 


Where  neither  sun  or  moon  shall  t'aee 
By  day  or  night  molest. 
4  At  home,  abroad,  in  peace,  in  war, 
Thy  God  shall  thee  defend; 
Conduct  thee  through  life's  pilgrimage. 
Safe  to  thy  journey's  end.     Amen. 


There  is  a  blessed  home. 

"  Tkert  rrwiainiik  tkerr/ore  a  ml  fur  tke  petiplt  t^f  God. 


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Good  ang«ls  know  it  well ; 
Gl:id  Bontj8  that  never  ceaso 

Within  itH  jK)rtals  swell; 
Around  its  j^loriouH  throno 

Ten  thouKand  saints  adore 
ChriKt,  with  the  Father  One. 

And  Spirit,  evermore. 


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3  O  joy  all  jovs  beyond. 

To  see  the  Lamb  ^^'ho  died. 
And  count  each  sacrod  wound 

In  hands  and  fett  and  bide; 
To  pive  to  Ilini  the  praise 

Of  every  triumph  won. 
And  sing  tliroujjli  endlt-ss  dsTi 

The  great  things  lie  hath  done. 


4  Look  up.  yo  snintfl  of  Ciixl, 

Nor  fear  to  triad  below 
The  path  your  iSaviour  trod 

Of  daily  t<»il  and  woe; 
Wait  but  a  little  while 

In  uncomplaiDin^  love, 
Ilis  own  most  gracious  smile 

bhall  welcome  you  above. 


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Forth  in  Thy  Name,  O  Lord,  I  go. 


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Thoe,  on  -  ly  Thcc,  re-solvcd  to  knovv-    In    all   I  think,  or  speak,  or  do. 


AilEN. 


K  rill      I      [—  f     p  r   , 


2  The  task  Thy  -wisdoni  hath  assigned 

O  let  me  clioerfnlly  fulfil; 
In  all  my  works  Thy  presence  find. 
And  prove  Thy  good  and  perfect  will. 

3  Then  may  I  set  at  my  right  hand, 

Whose  eyes  my  inmost  substance  see; 
And  labour  on  at  Thy  command. 
And  offer  all  my  works  to  Thee. 


4  Give  me  to  bear  Thy  easy  yoke. 

And  every  moment  watch  and  pray; 
And  .still  to  things  eternal  look, 
And  hasten  to  Thy  glorious  day. 

5  Fain  would  I  still  for  Thee  employ  [given, 

"\Miate'er  Thy   bounteous    grace  hath 
Would  run  my  course  with  even  joy. 
And  closely  walk  with  Thee  to  heaven. 

Amen. 


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bhall  free  thee  from  the  fowler *b  pnare, 

And  from  the  noiscsomo  pestilence; 
Ho  over  theo  His  wiuRs  shall  spread. 
And  coTrr  thy  unguardc<l  head; 

His  truth  shall  bo  thy  strong  defence. 


3  Because,  with  well-placed  confidence, 
Thou  mak'st  the  Lord  thy  snre  defence. 

Thy  refuge,  even  Gotl  most  high; 
Therefore  no  ill  on  thee  shall  come. 
Nor  to  thy  heaven-protected  home 
Shall  oTerwhelming  plagues  draw  nigh. 

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jFamili)  ffiSLlor^Iji^). 


3r%f\      O  God,  my  gracious  God, 
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As     in     a    dry  and  bar- ren  place,  Where  I  re- frcsh-ing  wa-ters  ^^-ant.   A-jien. 


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2  O  to  my  longing  ryes  once  more 
That  riew  of  glorious  power  restore, 

"Which  Thy  majestic  house  displays: 
Because  to  me  Thy  wondrous  love 
Than  life  itself  docs  dearer  prove. 

My  lips  shall  always  speak  Thy  praise. 


3  My  life,  while  I  that  life  enjoy, 
In  blessing  God  I  will  employ, 

With  lifted  hands  adore  His  Name: 
As  with  its  choicest  food  supplied, 
Mj'  soul  shall  be  full  satisfied, 

"VMiile  I  vath  joy  His  praise  proclaim. 


1  "VSTien  down  I  lie,  sweet  sleep  to  find. 
Thou,  Lord,  art  present  to  my  mind, 

And  when  I  wake  in  dead  of  night. 
Because  Thou  still  dost  succour  bring, 
Beneath  the  shadow  of  Thy  wing 

I  rest  with  safety  and  delight,     Amzx. 


jfamilj)  tsaorsijip. 


3^  y  Up  to  the  hills  I  lift  mine  eyes. 

"  Tkoti  knottfcd  my  dovn-tiUina  and  mime  upritii^." 

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L.  M. 


1.  Up  to  thu  hills  I    lift  mine  eyes,  Th'e-tcr-nal  hills  be-yond  the  skies; TLcuca 


all  her  help  my  bouI  derives,  There  my  Al  -  might-y      He-  -  fage  lires.    A-a 


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He  spreads  the  eveniiif^  veil,  and  keeps 
The  tuleut  hours  while  Israel  sleeps. 


2  Ho  lives     the  cverlrtstinf^  God,  \  3  Ho  guides  our  feet.  He  guards  our  way 

That  built  the  world,  that  spread  the  flood;        His  mominj;  smiles  bless  all  the  dav 
The  heavous  with  all  their  hosts  He  made, 
And  the  dark  regions  of  the  dead. 

4  Israel,  a  name  divinely  blest. 
May  rise  secure,  securely  rest; 
Thy  holy  Guardian's  wakeful  eyes 
Adinit  no  slumber  nor  surprise'     Aues 


3rs  ^  Wc  build   with   fruitless   cost,   unless. 
•'  Ercrpt  the  Lord  build  the  house,  their  labour  i4  but  lett  that  build  it." 


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3  Supplies  of  life,  with  case  to  them 
He  on  His  saints  bestows; 
Ho  crowns  their  Laboors  with  _ 
Their  nights  with  safe  repose. 


In  vain  we  rise  before  the  day. 
And  late  to  rest  repair. 

Allow  no  respite  to  oar  toil, 
And  eat  the  broad  of  rare. 


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When  I  can  trust  my  all  with  God. 

"  Our  eyei  wait  upoti  the  Lord  our  God." 


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2  O  blessed  be  the  hand  that  gave, 

Still  blessed  when  it  takes; 
Blessed  be  He  who  smites  to  save, 

"Who  heals  the  heart  He  breaks : 
Perfect  and  true  are  all  His  ways, 
"VMiom  heaven  adores  and  death  obeys.     Amks. 


3^4 


My  God,  how  endless  is  Thy  love ! 


§^^^  jig 


Tku  Gad  is  ear  Gad/or  er*r  amd  nvr.' 
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L.  M. 


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1.  My  Ood,  how  end-less   is    Thy  love.   Thy  gifts  are   er  -  erj    ere-ning  new, 


And  morning  mcr-cics  from  a  -  bore  Gcn-tly  dis-til  like  ear-  ly  dew.   A-mzx. 


m 


2  Thou  sprwuVst  the  cnrtain  of  the  night,    J  3  I  yield  my  powers  to  Thy  oommand. 

To  Thee  I  consecrate  mv  days; 


E 


Great  Guardian  of  my  Bleeping  hours; 
Thy  Bovercipn  word  restores  the  light, 
And  quickens  all  my  drowsy  powers. 


rerpetual  blessings  from  ^y  hand 
Demand  perpetual  songs  of  praise.  Alczx. 


nr^n  Saviour,  when  night  involves  the  skies. 


/  hare  $tt  God  always  b^/ore 


L.  M. 


5^ic 


1.  Saviour,  when  night  involves  the  skies.    My  soul,  a  -  dor  -  ing  tnms  to    Thee ; 


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2  On  Theo  my  waking  raptures  dwell. 


When  crim' 
Thee,  victor 
Thee,  Bour^ 


*  adorn, 


3  "NMien  noon  her  throne  in  light  arniys. 


To  Theo  mv 
Thee,  throne.1 
Thee,  Lonl 
4  O'er  earth,  when  shades  of  evening  steal. 
To  death  and  Tuee  my  thoughts  I  give; 
To  death,  whoso  power  I  soon  must  feci. 
To  Thoc,  with  whom  I  tni^t  to  Lvc.    Amsil 


'^^•xnt  ronngs; 

osB  blase, 
.  ..ing  of  kings. 


326 


iPamilP  ffJLtorrJi)(p. 
God  of  our  fathers,  by  Whose  hand. 


O  Lord,  Thou  art  our  God.' 


C.  M. 


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1.  God     of 

-7S-     "-     \\  -tzdr 


our       fa  -  thers,    by  "WTiose  hand   Tliy  pco  -  plo     Btill  are   blest, 


Bo    with  us   through  our  pilgrimage;  Con-duct    us 


our  rest.    A  -  men. 


2  Through  each  perplexing  path  of  life 

Our  wandering  footsteps  guide; 
Give  iLS  each  day  our  daily  bread. 
And  raiment  fit  provide. 

3  O  spread  Thy  sheltering  wings  around, 

Till  all  our  wanderings  cease, 


And  at  our  Father's  loved  abode 
Our  souls  arrive  in  peace. 
4  Such  blessings  from  Thy  gracious  hanci 
Our  humble  prayers  implore; 
And  Thou,  the  Lord,  shalt  be  our  God, 
And  portion  evermore.    Amen. 


To-morrow,  Lord,  is  Thine. 

''Boast  not  thyself  of  to-morrow." 


S.  M. 


2  The  present  moment  flies, 

And  bears  our  life  away; 
O  make  Thy  servants  truly  wise, 
That  they  may  hve  to-day. 

3  Since  on  this  winged  hour 

Eternity  is  hung, 
"Waken,  by  Thine  almighty  power 
The  aged  and  the  young. 


4.  One  thing  demands  our  cares; 
O  be  it  still  pursued, 
Lest,  slighted  once,  the  season  fair 
Should  never  be  renew'd. 
o  To  Jesus  may  we  fly. 

Swift  as  the  morning  light, 
Lost  life's  young  golden  beam  should  die 
In  sudden,  endless  night.     Amzx. 


328. 


iUoniing. 
Arise,  my  soul,  with  rapture  rise. 

"  Tin  Lord prt*ert<tk  wtt." 


!.  M. 


1.    A  -  riso,  my  souL  with  rapture  rise.  And,  ii 


«=_«: 


g — g 


riso,  my  soul,  with  rapture  rise.   And,  dU'd  with  Ioto  and  fc. 
<g— "t^l--^     ^  ^|P     <g— g— p-g"    ^  g     g     g   ,.g- 


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The    aw  -  ful  Sovereign  of  the  skies, \Mio8e  mercy  lends  m«  one  day  more.  Amks. 


^y;^^ 


2  And  niftv  this  day,  indulRcnt  Power, 

Not  icily  pass,  nor  fruitless  be; 
But  niayoiich  Kwiftly-flyiiifj  hour 
Still  nearer  bring  my  soul  to  Thee. 

3  But  can  it  bo  ?  Tliat  power  divine 

Is  throned  in  li«^ht's  unbounded  blaze; 
And  countlosH  worlds  and  angels  join 
To  swell  the  glorious  song  of  praise. 


^Si 


H 


4  And  will  Ho  deign  to  lend  an  ear. 

When  I,  poor  sinful  tti'"^  ■'   v»^ 
Yas,  boundless  goodnc^ 
Nor  cast  the  meanest  ■ 

5  Then  let  me  serve  Thee  oil  my  da 
And  may  my  zeal  with  yenrs  ii: 

For  pleasant.  Lord,  are  all  1  ' 
And  all  Thy  paths  are  palL 


3^9 


New  every  morning  is  the  love. 

"  lli*  compattiofufail  not:  they  are  tuw  every  wwming." 

Ill' 


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L.M. 

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1.   New  ev  -  erj' morning    is    the  love    Our  wakening  and  up  -  ris  -  ing  prove ; 

I  ^       ^  ^     a  J  ^  _L 

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is?: 


771 


Thro'  sleep  and  darkness  safely  bro't,Ivcfitoreil  to  life,and  powcr.and  thonght  Avrx. 


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2  New  mercies,  each  returning  day, 
Hover  arotmd  us  while  we  prav; 
New  perils  past,  new  sins  forpiven. 
New  thou  ts'hts  of  God,  new  hopes  of  heaven. 

3  If  on  our  «laily  course  onr  mind 
Bo  set  to  hallow  nil  we  find. 

New  treasures  still  of  rnuntless  price, 
God  will  provid :  for  sacrifice 


•^  ,  ^^g    <?    ry  7^,g  -  d  ,j    ^'^rj  ,, 


4  The  trival  round,  the  common  task. 
"NVill  furnish  all  wo  ought  to  ask: 
Kooni  to  drny  ourselves:  a  rood 
To  bring  us  daily  nearer  God. 

5  Only,  O  Lorci  in  Thy  denr  love 
Fit  us  for  i>crfect  rest  above; 
And  h<  Ip  us  this  nnd  every  day, 

To  live  more  nearly  oa  w>  i^rMX-      Auxx. 


33° 


fHorning. 

Come,  my  soul,  thou  must  be  waking. 

"  III  Thy  Light  shall  tee  tte.  light." 


1.  Come 


my    Eoul,  tliou  must  bo    wak  -  ing  !    Now  is    break  -  ing,     O'er  tho 


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See  thou   ren-der 


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2  Gladly  hail  the  sun  returning: 
Beady  burning 

Be  the  incense  of  thy  powers: 
For  the  night  is  safely  ended; 
God  hath  tended 

With  His  care  thy  helpless  hours. 

3  Pray  that  He  may  prosper  over 
Each  endeavour 

^\^len  thine  aim  is  good  and  true, 
But  that  He  may  ever  thwart  thee, 
And  convert  thee, 

"NVTien  thou  evil  wouldst  pursue. 

4  Think  that  He  thy  ways  beholdeth, 
He  unfoldeth 

Every  fault  that  lurks  within; 
He  the  hidden  shame  glossed  over 
Can  discover, 

And  discern  each  deed  of  sin. 


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5  Mayest  thou  on  life's  last  morrow 
Free  from  sorrow, 

Pass  away  in  slumber  sweet; 
And  released  from  death's  dark  sadness, 
Eise  in  gladness. 

That  far  brighter  Sun  to  greet 

G  Only  God's  free  gifts  abuse  not, 
Light  refuse  not, 

But  His  Spirit's  voice  obey; 
Thou  with  Him  shalt  dwell,  beholding 
Light  enfolding 

All  things  in  unclouded  day. 

7  Glory,  honour,  exaltation, 
Adoration, 

Be  to  the  eternal  One: 
To  the  Father,  Son,  and  Spirit 
Laud  and  merit, 

"While  unending  ages  run.     Amen. 


330 


fHorniitg. 
Come,  my  soul,  thou  must  be  waking. 

••  In  Tky  Light  thatl  «t«  $et  ligkL" 


1.  Come,     my     souU  tbon    must 


wak-ing  !  Now  is   breaking,    O'er  tho 


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VI — [ 

2  GlxuUy  Imil  the  stiu  returning: 
Beftdy  burning 

Bo  the  inccnso  of  thy  powers: 
For  tho  night  is  Bnfely  ended; 
God  liath  tended 

With  nitf  cure  tliy  helploKS  hours. 

3  Pray  that  He  may  i)roBi>er  over 
Eaeh  endeavour 

NMieu  thine  aim  \a  good  and  true; 
IJut  that  Ho  may  over  thwart  tboe. 
And  convert  thco 

\N'hon  thou  ovil  wouldst  jmrsup. 

A  Think  that  Ho  thy  ways  beholdoth. 
Ho  unfoldeth 

Eviry  fault  that  lurks  within; 
IIo  tho  hidden  ghame  glossed  over 
Tan  diaooTor, 
And  disoora  eocb  deed  of  sin. 


5  ilayest  thou  on  life's  last  morrow, 
Free  from  sorrow, 

Pass  away  in  slumber  sweet; 
And  released  from  death's  dark  sadnosi. 
KLso  in  gladness, 
That  far  brighter  Sun  to  grc< ;. 

C  Only  God's  free  gifta  abuse  not, 
Light  rcfuso  not, 

But  His  Spirit's  voice  obey; 
Thou  with  Him  shalt  dw«ill,  beholding 
Light  enfolding 
All  things  in  nnclondod  day. 

7  Glory,  honour,  exaltation. 
Adoration, 

Be  to  the  eternal  One : 
To  the  Father.  Son,  and  Spirit 
Laud  and  merit, 

\\'hilc  unending  agee  ruiv     AiczN. 


33 


Jtlorning. 
J     Christ,  Whose  glory  fills  the  skies. 

"Unto  you  that /car  My  \ame  shall  lh>-  Sun  of  Righteousneu  arise." 


Six  7s. 


1.  Christ,  Whoso  glo-ry      fills    the  skies,  Christ,  tho    tnio,  the      on  -  ly    Light, 


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Sun    of  Eight-eous  -  ness,  a  -   rise, 

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Tri-umph  o'er   tho    shades  of     night ; 


■^     "^^ ^___^. 


1 


Dayspring  from  on  high  be    near,     Day-star   in     my  heart  ap  -  pear.     A  -  men. 


2  Dark  and  cheerless  is  the  morn 
Ud accompanied  by  Thee; 
Joyless  is  the  day's  return, 

Till  Thy  mercy's  beams  I  see; 
Till  they  inward  light  impart, 
Glad  my  eyes  and  warm  my  heart. 


3  Visit  them  this  sonl  of  mine; 

Pierce  the  gloom  of  sin  and  grief; 
Fill  me,  radiancy  divine; 

Scatter  all  my  unbelief; 
More  and  more  Thyself  dispby, 
Shining  to  the  perfect  day, 


GLORIA   PATBL 

Praise  the  Name  of  God  most  high. 
Praise  Him,  all  below  the  sky. 
Praise  Him,  all  ye  heavenly  host, 
Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost; 
As  through  countless  ages  past, 
Evenaoro  His  praise  shall  last     Amen. 


jHonnng, 


332 


Awake,  my  buul,  and  with  the  sun. 

"J  my$f'/viH  attokt  riylu  eartg."  L.   Nt. 


i       i    I    I      ,'■  T    I       !    I    I    I 


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To       pay      thy      mom  -  ing        sac    -     ri 


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2  Thy  precious  time  mis-spent  redeem; 
Each  present  day  thy  last  esteem; 
Improve  thy  talent  with  due  care; 
For  th<^  great  day  thyself  prepare. 

3  By  influence  of  the  hght  divine, 
Let  thy  own  light  to  others  shine; 
Reflect  all  heaven's  propitious  rays 
la  ardent  love  and  cheerful  praise. 

4  Wake,  and  lift  up  thyself,  my  heart. 
And  with  the  angels  bear  thy  part, 
Who  all  night  long  unwearied  sing 
(ilorj-  to  the  Eternal  King. 

5  I  wake.  I  wake,  ye  heavenly  choir, 
ilay  your  devotion  mo  inspire, 
That  I,  like  you,  my  ago  may  spend, 
Liko  jou  suiy  on  my  Qod  attend. 


G  All  praise  to  Thee^  who  safe  hast  kept 
And  hast  refresh 'd  me  while  I  slept; 
Grant,  Lord,  when   I   from   death   shall 
I  may  of  endless  light  partake.         [wake, 


7  Lord,  I  my  vows  to  Thee 
Disperse  my  sins  as  morning  dew; 
Guard  my  first  springs  of  thought  and 
And  with  Thyself  my  spirit  iilL         [will, 

8  Direct,  control,  suggest  this  day 
All  I  design,  or  do,  or  say; 

That  all  my  powers,  with  all  their  might, 
In  Thy  sole  glory  may  unite. 

9  Praise  God,  from  Whom  all  blsMings  flow; 
Pnuso  Him,  all  creatures  here  below; 
Praise  Him  above,  ye  heavenly  host; 
Praise  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost 


./. 


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(Pbcning. 


O  O  1  ^^^^  praise  to  Thee,  my  God,  this  night. 

^^  ^^     y  *  "Indrr  His  wings  shall  thnu  trust." 

riRXT   TUNK. 


L.  M. 


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1.  All  praise  to  Thee,  my  God,  this  night,  For    all    tho  blessiu^s  of    the   light: 


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Keep  me,  O  keep  me.  King  of  kings.  Beneath  Thine  own  Almighty  wings.  A-mjlN. 

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2  Forgive  me,  Lord,  for  Thy  dear  Son, 
The  ill  that  I  this  day  have  done; 
That  with  tho  world,  myself,  and  Thee, 
I,  ere  I  sleep,  at  peace  may  be. 

3  Teach  me  to  live,  that  I  may  dread 
The  grave  as  little  as  my  bed; 

To  die,  that 'this  vile  body  may 
PtLso  glorious  at  tho  awful  day. 


4:  O  may  my  soul  on  Thee  repose. 

And  with  sweet  sleep  mino  eyelids  close: 
Sleep,  that  may  mo  more  vigorous  mako 
To  Serve  my  God,  when  I  awake. 

5  When  in  the  night  I  sleepless  lie, 
My  soul  with  heavenly  thoughts  supply : 
Let  no  iU  dreams  disturb  my  rest, 
No  powers  of  darkness  me  molest. 


G  Praise  God,  from  "SMiom  all  blessings  flow; 
Praise  Him,  all  creatures  here  below; 
Praise  Him  above,  ye  heavenly  host; 
Praise  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost.     Amen. 


333- 

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Second  Tune. 


L.  M. 


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1.  All  praise  to  Thee,  my  God,  this  night,  For   all   the   blessings  of    the  light 


Keep  me,  U  keep  me,  King  of  kings,  Beneath  Thine  own  Al-mighty  wings.  A-men. 

^      — -it^'   jOL  .^  .JD. 


334 


The  day  is  past  and  gone. 

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2  We  lay  our  garments  Ly, 

Upon  oar  beds  to  rest; 
So  death  shall  soon  disrobe  ns  all 
Of  what  is  here  possest 

3  Lord,  keep  us  safe  this  night, 

Socnro  from  all  our  fears; 
^lay  angels  guard  us  while  we  sleep, 
Till  morning  light  appears.     Ak£K. 

Bboovo  Turk. 


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Abide  with  mc :   fast  falls  the  eventide. 


Abide  with  ut;  for  ike  day  it  far  tpetU.' 
FiBST  TmiB. 


I  OS. 


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Tho     dark-ness 


fiiil,  and  c6inforts  flee 


Help    of  the  helpless,  O     n,- bide  with    me.         Amzx. 


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2  Swift  to  its  close  ebbs  out  life's  little  day; 
Earthte  joys  grow  dim,  its  glories  pAss  away, 
Change  and  decay  in  all  around  I  see; 

0  Thou  who  changest  not,  abide  with  me. 

3  I  need  Thy  presence  every  pdssing  hour; 

AMiat  but  Thy  grace  can  loil  the  tempter's  power? 
Who,  like  Thyself,  my  guide  and  stay  can  be  ? 
Through  cloud  and  sunshine.  Lord,  abide  with  mc. 

4  I  fear  no  foe,  with  Thee  at  hAnd  to  bless: 
Ills  have  no  weight,  and  tears  no  bitterness. 
AVTiere  is  death's  sting  ?  where,  grave,  thy  victory  ? 

1  triumph  still,  if  Thou  abide  with  me. 

5  Hold  thou  Thy  Cross  before  my  closing  eyes; 
Shine  through  the  gloom,  and  point  me  t6  the  skies; 
Heaven's  morning  breaks,  and  earth's  vain  shadows  flee; 
In  life,  in  death,  O  Lord,  abide  with  me.     A^rF.y. 


[Or  this  Chant.'] 


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(Pbruing. 
X     Sun  of  my  soul,  Thou  Saviour  dear. 


Jftf  nut  ikaU  n»  more  fs  dtPiu' 


L.  M, 


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1.  ^un  ot  my  soul,  Thou  Saviour  dear,       It    is    not  night  if  Thoa  bo  ne«Lr ; 


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2  'NVhen  the  soft  dews  of  kindly  sleep 
My  weary  eyelid:i  gently  Ktet'p, 

Ite  my  List  ttiought,  how  K\^'eet  to  rest 
For  ever  on  my  Saviour's  breast. 

3  Abide  with  mo  from  morn  till  eve. 
For  without  Thee  I  cjiunot  live; 
Abide  with  me  when  night  is  nigh, 
For  without  Thee  I  ch\ro  not  die. 


4  If  some  poor  wandering  child  of  Thine 
Have  Bpum'd  to-day  the  voice  divine. 
Now,  Lord,  the  gracious  work  bejna; 
Let  him  no  more  lie  down  in  isin. 

5  "Watch  by  the  sick;  enrich  the  poor 
With  bleasings  from  Tby  bonndleeB  store; 
lie  every  mourner's  sleep  to-ni^ht. 

Like  inikut  blumbcrs,  i>uro  and  light 


336. 


C  Come  near  and  bless  us  when  wo  wake. 
Ere  through  the  world  our  way  wc  take. 
Til'  in  the  ocean  of  Thy  love 
■\Vc  lose  ouisclvcb  iu  hcavcu  above.    Ames. 


Srr.iNP  Trsr. 


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C/bcning. 

The  shadows  of  the  evening  hours. 

"  ]ViUi  my  soul  have  I  desired  Thee  in  Uie  night." 


C.  M.D. 


1.  Tho    Bhad-ows     of     the    even  -  ing  hours  Fall  from  the    dftrkening    sky, 


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look  on  Thy  chil - dren  from  on    high, And  hear    us  while  we  pray.       Amen. 


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3  The  sorrows  of  Thy  servants,  Lord, 

O  do  not  thou  despise. 
But  let  the  incense  of  our  prayers 
Before  Thy  mercy  rise ; 

4  The  brightness  of  the  coming  night 

Upon  the  darkness  rolls; 
With  hopes  of  future  glory  ;chase 
The  shadows  of  our  soxils. 


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5  Slowly  the  rays  of  daylight  fade; 
So  lade  within  our  heart 
The  hopes  in  earthly  love  and  joy, 
That  one  by  one  depart; 
G  Slowly  the  bright  stars,  one  by  one, 
"Within  the  heavens  sliine:-- 
Give  us,  O  Lord,  fresh  hopes  in  heaven. 
And  trust  in  things  divine. 


7  Let  peace,  O  Lord  !  Thy  peace,  O  God  ! 

Upon  our  son  Is  descend. 
From  midnight  fears,  and  perils,  Thou 
Our  trembling  hearts  defend: 

8  Give  us  a  respite  from  our  toil, 

Calm  and  subdue  our  woes; 
Through  the  long  day  we  suffer.  Lord, 
O  give  us  now  repose !    Amen. 


(irbcnins. 


338 


Sweet  Saviour,  bless  us  ere  wc  go. 


TV  Ijord  it  my  UjfKL" 


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1.  Sweet  Soriour,  bless  na  ere   w©    go  :  Thy  words  in  -  to    our  minds  in  -  slil ; 

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Thro'  life's  long  day  and  death's  dark  nighty  O  gentle  Je  -  su,    bo        oar  light.    Avm. 


2  The  di\y  is  pono,  its  hours  have  run, 

And  Thou  liant  taken  count  of  nil, 
Tho  Rcanty  triumphs  praoc  hnth  won, 

The  broken  vow,  tho  frequent  fall. 
Through  life's  long  day  and  death's  dork 

nipht, 
O  gentle  Jesu,  be  our  light 

3  Grant  us,  dear  Lord,  from  evil  ways 

True  absolution  and  relejvsc; 
And  bless  us,  more  tlian  in  past  days, 

"NVith  purity  and  inward  peace. 
Through  life's  long  day  and  death's  dark 

r.ipht, 
O  gentle  Jcsu,  be  our  light 


Labour  is  sweet  for  Thou  hast  toil'd; 

And  CAre  is  light  for  Thou  hast  cared; 
Ah !  never  let  our  works  be  soil'd 

With  strife,  or  by  deceit  ensnared. 
Through  life's  long  day  and  death's  dark 

night 
O  gentle  Jrsu,  be  our  light 

For  all  we  love,  the  poor,  the  aad,  ' 
The  hinful,  unto  'Thee  we  call; 

O  let  Thy  mercy  make  us  glad; 
Thou  art  our  Jesus,  and  our  alL 

Through  life's  long  day  and  death's  dark 
night 

O  gentle  Jcsu,  be  our  light 


6  Sweet  Saviour,  bless  us;  night  is  come; 

Through  night  and  darkness  near  us  be; 
Go<h1  angels  watch  obout  our  home. 

And  we  are  one  day  nearer  Theo, 
Through  life's  long  (lav  and  death's  dark  night, 
O  geutJe  Jcsu,  be  oar  lif^ht     Am£N. 


339 


Inspircr  and  Hearer  of  prayer. 

"  Darkness  and  light  to  Thee  arc  both  alike." 


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lii-.spir  -  er    and  Hear-  er  of  prayer,  Thou  Shepherd  and  Guardian  of  Thine, 


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!      I  ^        .^  II 


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rc-sign.  A-men. 


2  If  Thou  art  my  shield  and  my  sun, 

The  night  is  no  darkness  to  me; 
And,  fast  as  my  moments  roll  on, 
They  bring  me  but  nearer  to  Thee. 

3  Thy  ministering  spirits  descend 

To  watch  while  Thy  saints  are  asleep; 
By  day  and  by  night  they  attend 
The  heirs  of  i^ipratiqn  to  keep. 

/  '  -f^nftlv   now  the  light  of  day 


4  Thy  worship  no  interval  knows, 
Their  fervour  is  still  on  the  wing; 

And,  while  they  protect  my  repose, 
They  chant  to  the  praise  of  my  King. 

5  I  too,  at  the  season  ordain'd, 
Their  chorus  for  ever  shall  join; 

And  love,  and  adore,  without  end. 

Their  faithful  Creator,  and  mine.  Amen. 


340 


•Softly 


Let  the  lifting  up  of  my  hands  he  an  evening  sacrifice." 


1.  Soft  -  ly  now  the     light  of     day     Fades  up  -  on      my     sight    a 


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way ; 


Free  from  care,  from  la  -  bour  free,    Lord,    I    would  commune  with  Thee:  A-men. 


Thou,  TVhose  all-pervading  eye 
Naught  escapes,  without,  within 

Pardon  each  infirmity. 
Open  fault,  and  secret  sin. 

Soon,  for  me,  the  light  cf  day 

Shall  for  ever  pass  away; 


IS? 2r 

Then,  from  sin  and  sorrow  free. 
Take  me.  Lord,  to  dwell  with  Thee: 
4  Thou  Who,  sinless,  yet  hast  known 
All  of  man's  infirmity; 
Then,  from  Thine  eternal  throne, 
Jesus,  look  with  pitying  eye.     Amen. 


341 


C?bfning. 
The  day  is  past  and  over. 

••  Thou,  Lord,  mU$  makai  me  dweU  in  t^ftt^." 


P.   M. 


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2  The  joys  of  <lay  aro  over: 

I  lift  my  heart  to  Thee; 
And  call  on  Thco  that  sinless 

Tho  hours  of  gloom  may  bo. 
O  Jesn,  make  their  darkness  light. 
And  save  me  through  tho  coming  night ! 

3  Tlic  toils  of  day  nro  over; 

I  rniKO  the  In-mn  to  Thee, 
And  ft.sk  that  free  from  peril 

Tho  hours  of  fear  may  bo : 
O  Jc«u,  keep  me  in  Thy  sight. 
And  guard  me  through  the  coming  night 


4  Lighten  mine  eyes,  O  SaTicnr, 

Or  sleep  in  death  shall  I, 
And  be,  my  wakeful  tempter. 

Triumphantly  shall  cry 
"Against  him  I  have  now  prevailed: 
BojoicG  !  the  child  of  God  has  failed." 

5  Be  Thou  my  soul's  Preeenrer, 

O  God !  for  Thou  doet  know 
How  many  aro  the  perils 

Tb rough  which  I  have  to  go. 
Lover  of  men,  O  hcsr  my  call. 
And  guard  and  save  mo  from  them  all ! 

AMr3<. 


342 


©bening. 

Through  the  day  Thy  love  has  spared  us. 


"  /  will  lay  »»•  down  in  i>cac4  ami  taJc«  tny  rrM. 
Fm»T  TuNH. 


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2  Pilgrims  here  on  earth,  and  strangers, 
Dwelling  in  the  midst  of  foes ; 
Us  and  ours  preserve  from  dangers; 
In  Thine  arms  may  we  repose; 
And,  when  life's  short  day  is  past, 
Rest  with  Thee  in  heaven  at  last.     Amen. 

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^  A  ^    (iicat  Ciod,  to  Thcc  my  evening  song. 

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2  My  days  nncloudod  as  they  pass, 
And' every  gently  rolling  hour. 
An-  nionuinents  <>1  wondrous  gnice. 
And  witness  to  Thy  love  and  power. 


4  Seal  my  forgirenetv  in  the  l»lood 

Of  Jesns;  his  dear  N-. '  ■  - 

I  plead  for  pjirdou,  gr  '. 

^Vnd  kind  ucciptuui  t  .:  - ..     ::.ron< 


3  And  yet  this  thoutrhtlr^R.  wretched  heart,   5  L^t  this  blest  hope  mine  ryelidn 


Too  oft  regardless  of  Thy  love, 

Ungrateful,  ran  from  Thee  depart. 

And  from  tho  ji.ith  of  duty  rove. 


With  sloep  refresh  niv  f.  .11.   ir 
Safe  in  Thy  care  may  I 
And  wjiko  witli  i)rai 


344 


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(  Who    the     day      tor      toil      luvst    giv  -  en. 


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May  Thine  an  -  gcl-guar  Js  do  -  fend  us,    Slum-bcr  sweet  Thy  mtr  -  cy    send  ns. 


IIo  -  ly  (Ircams  and  hopes  nt  -  tend  us,        This       live  -  long  sight    A-uek. 

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2  Guard  ns  waldng,  guard  us  sleeping, 
And,  when  wo  die. 
May  we  in  Thy  mighty  keeping. 

All  peaceful  lie: 
When  the  last  dread  call  shall  wake  us, 
Do  not  Thou,  our  God,  forsake  us, 
But  to  reign  in  glory  take  us 
With  Thee  on  high.     Ajien. 


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(pDcning. 
The  sun  is  sinking  fast. 

"  Wktlker  vt  wakt  or  Attp,  «w  aAoK/d  iiM  Voffttker  w*tk  U\mJ" 


fe^  ,  ,  1  ll 

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lovo    a  -  wake,  and 

pay   Her    eve -mug 

-_ ^ a — 

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flee.          A-MBL 

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2  As  Christ  npon  the  cross 

His  head  inclined. 
And  to  His  Father's  hands 
Uis  parting  soul  resign'd; 

3  So  now  herself  my  soul 

Would  wholly  give 
Into  His  sacred  charge. 
In  ^\llom  all  spirits  live ; 

4  So  now  beneath  His  eye 

"NVould  calmly  rest, 
Without  a  M-lsh  or  thouf^ht 
Abiding  in  the  brcxst; 


o  Save  that  His  will  be  done, 
Whate'er  betide; 
Dead  to  herself,  and  dead 
In  Him  to  all  beside. 

G  Thos  woold  I  lire:  yet  v^a% 
Now  I,  V>nt  H«», 
In  all  His  power  and  lore. 
Henceforth  alive  in  mo. 

7  One  Sacrwl  Trinity, 
One  Lord  Divine, 
May  I  be  ever  His, 

Aiiil  II'-  for  t  V.  r  inini 


Ames. 


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The  day  of  praise  is  done. 

••  At  ermtide  U  tkaU  be  liffKt.'' 


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2  Around  Thy  thione  on  high 

"SVhere  night  can  never  be, 
The  white-robed  harpers  of  the  sky- 
Bring  ceaseless  songs  to  Thee. 

3  Too  fiaint  our  anthems  here ; 

Too  soon  of  praise  we  tire ; 
But  oh!  the  strains  how  full  and  clear 
Of  that  eternal  choir. 


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A  -  MEN. 


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4  Yet,  Lord,  to  Thy  dear  will 
If  Thou  attune  the  heart. 
We  in  Thine  angels'  music  still 
May  bear  our  lower  part. 

o  'TLs  Thine  each  soul  to  calm, 

Each  wayward  thought  reclaim, 
And  make  our  daily  life  a  psalm 
Of  glory  to  Thy  Name. 


6  Shine  Thou  within  us,  then, 
A  day  that  knows  no  end, 
Till  songs  of  angels  and  of  men 
In  perfect  praiee  shall  blend.     Amek. 


347 


Now  from  the  altar  of  our  hearts. 

"  /  tell  of  Thy  truth  in  the  night  season." 


C.  M. 


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1.  Now  from  the     al  -  tar      of    our  hearts,    Let  flames  of     love  ^  a  -   rise  ; 


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2  Minutes  and  mercies  multiplied 
Have  made  up  all  this  day; 
Minutes  came  quick,  but  mercies  were 
More  swift,  more  free  than  they. 


3  New  time,  new  favours,  and  new  joys 
Do  a  new  song  require ; 
Till  we  shall  praise  Thee  as  wo  would, 
Accept  our  hearts'  desire,  AitEX. 


(Pbrning. 


348 


Hail,  gladdening  Light. 

"TU  true  LiykL" 


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2.  Now       wo        uro      eonic  to  tho  sun's i^'ur      of      rest, 

3.  Wor  -  Ihicst        art       Thou  at  all  times  to  bo  tung  With  oivio  -  fil    -    «!    tongiM, 


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Son  of  our  God,  Giver  of life. 


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We- hymn  the  Father,  Soti,  and    Ho  -  ly      Spirit      di    -    vine. 
Therefore  in  all  the  irorW  Thy     glo  -  ries,    Lord,    they       own. 


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The  day  is  gently  sinking  to  a  close. 

"  Tke  darkneu  and  ligki  to  The*  are  botk  aliki," 


Six  lOt. 


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ter  -  nal  Light  of    light,  be    -with  us    now :  "WTiere  Thou  art    jire  -  sent 

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darlcness  can-not    be 


Midnight  is     glorious  noon,  O  Lord,  with  Thee.    A-men. 


2  Our  changeful  lives  arc  ebbing  to  an  end, 
Onward  to  darkness  and  to  death  we  tend: 

O  Conqueror  of  the  grave,  be  Thou  our  guide, 
Be  Thou  our  light  in  death's  dark  eventide ; 
Then  in  our  mortal  hour  will  be  no  gloom, 
Xo  sting  in  death,  no  terror  in  the  tomb. 

3  Thou,  Who  in  darkness  widking  didst  appear 
Upon  the  waves,  and  Thy  disciples  cheer, 

Come,  Lord,  in  lonesome  days,  when  storms  assail, 
And  earthly  hopes  and  human  succours  fail : 
When  all  is  dark  may  we  behold  Thee  nigh, 
And  hear  Thy  voice — "Fear  not,  for  it  is  L" 

4  The  weary  world  is  mouldering  to  decay, 
Its  glories  wane,  its  pageants  fade  away; 
In  that  last  sunset  when  the  stars  shall  fall, 
May  wo  arise  awaken'd  by  Thy  call. 

With  Thee,  O  Lord,  for  ever  to  abide 

In  that  blest  day  which  has  no  eventide.     Aieen. 


(pliruiiuj. 
Safely  through  another  week. 

^    CQ.  BATl'IlDAY   E\'EKINO. 

'•He  that /oiloweO.  ilc  tkaU  nU  valk  in  darktuu,  Im<  ihaU  Aaw  Ikt  lif^lt  (/ l{f(,* 


Six7». 


1.  Safe  -  ly     thro'  an  -  otb  -  er      week,      God  has  brought  as  on    our     way  ; 


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l)uy    of    nil    Ibe  week  tbo    best,     £m-blem  of      c  -  tcr-nal    rest!    A-xek. 

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2  Mercies  mxxUiplicil  each  hour 

Through  the  week  our  pniiso  demands; 
Guarded  by  almighty  jwwer, 

Fed  and  guided  by  His  hand: 
Though  ungrateful  wo  have  been. 
And  repaying  lovo  with  sin. 

3  ^Vlulo  we  pray  for  panloning  grae«», 

Throtigh  the  doar  Ketleemer'B  Name, 
Show  Thy  reconciled  face, 

Drive  away  our  sin  and  Khame; 
From  our  worhlly  cares  set  free. 
May  we  rest  this  night  with  Thoc 


4  'NVhon  the  mom  shall  bid  us  riae, 

Hay  we  fool  Thy  presence  near; 
May  Tliy  glory  meet  our  eyea, 

When  we  in  Thy  house  appear: 
There  afford  us.  Lord,  a  iasto 
Of  our  everlasting  foaal 

5  May  Thy  Gospel's  joyftil  sound 

Conquer  sinner,  comfort  saints; 
Make  the  fruits  of  grace  abound. 

Bring nlief  for  sll  complaints; 
Such  the  days  of  rest  we  love. 
Till  wo  join  the  Church  above.    Amek. 


351- 


(Pbrniug. 

Lord,  when  this  holy  morning  broke. 

•   T'loit,  Lord,  hast  made  me  glad  Uirough  Thy  Korkt." 


L.  M. 


fep^g^e^ig^E^ 


"Zr    -37-    -2?-     I  'O 

1.  Lor  J,  when  this  ho  -  ly  mom-ing  broke  O'er  isl-and,  con  -  ti  -  nent,  and  deep, 


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a  -  woke,  .-Vll  round  the  world,  the  feast  to  keep.  AirEN. 

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2  From  east  to  west  the  sun  surveyed, 

From  north  to  south,  adoring  Ihrougs; 
And   still   where   evening   stretched  her 
shade,  [songs. 

And  stars  came  forth,  wcro  hoard  their 

4  The  poor  in  spirit  Thou  hast  fed, 

Thy  chastened  ones  have  kissed  the  rod, 
The  mourner  Thou  hast  comforted, 
The  pure  in  heart  have  seen  their  God.     Amex. 


I        '        '  i 

3  And  not  a  prayer,  a  tear,  a  sigh. 

Hath    failed    this    day    some    suit    to 
gain; 
To  hearts  in  trouble  Thoii  wast  nigh, 
Nor  one  hath  sought  Thy  face  in  vain. 


352 


Jesus,  tender  Shepherd,  hear  me. 

lit  shall  gailier  the  lambs  with  His  arm,  and  carry  them  in  Ills  bosom." 


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shepherd,  hear  me  ; 
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2  All  this  day  Thy  hand  has  led  me, 
And  I  thank  thee  for  thy  care; 
Thou  hast  warmed  me,  clothed  and  fed  mc, 
Listen  to  my  evening  prayer  ! 


3  Let  my  sins  be  all  forgiven ; 

Bless  the  friends  I  love  so  well; 
Take  us  all  at  hust  to  heaven, 
Happy  there  with  Thee  to  dwell.  Amen. 


the  !rclJCii  ?k>our^, 


The  winircd  herald  of  the  dav 

UI-FOlli:   1>AWN. 
" I  mptel/  wnii  atnilr  rijkt  rarly." 

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L.  M. 


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So  Christ  tho  Lord  renews  His  call,      To  end-less  life    o  -  Trake-nmg  alL      A-iizx. 


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2  "Take  «p  tliy  bed,"  to  each  lie  crie.-;, 

^^'ho  sick,  or  wrapp'd  in  slumber,  lies: 
"Be  chaste,  and,  living  solx-rly, 
Watch  ye,  fur  I  the  Lord  am  nigh." 


3  Wiih  earnest  cry,  rdth  tearful  care. 
Call  we  the  Lord  to  hear  our  prayer; 
■\MiiIe  suplication,  pure  and  deep. 
Forbids  each  chastened  heart  to  sleep. 


1  O  Father,  that  wo  ask  bo  done, 

Tlirougli  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 
"VMio,  with  the  Iloly  Ghost  and  Thee, 
Shall  live  and  reign  eternally.     Asczx. 


354-.. 


Dawn  purples  all  the  cast  with  light. 

FIEST  HOUR. 
Early  in  t\e  morning  will  I  dirtct  my  prayer  taUo  Tkee,  cdmI  wiU  look  t^**  L,  M. 


1  Dawn  purples  all  tho  cast  with  light;  3  So  that  lost  morning,  dread  and  great, 
Day  o'er  tho  earth  is  gliding  bright;  "NMiich  we  with  trembling  hope  await* 
Mom's  sparkling  rays  their  course  begin;       "With  blessed  light  for  us  shall  glow. 
Farewell  to  darkness  and  to  bin!  Who  chant  the  song  wo  leomt  below. 

2  Each  evil  dream  of  night,  depart,  4  0  Father,  that  wo  ask  be  done. 

Each  thought  of  guilt,  forsake  tho  heart!  i      Through  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 

Let  cver>'  ill  that  tlarkncss  brought  '      AMio.  with  the  IToly  Ghost  and  Thee, 

Beneath  its  shade,  low  como  to  naught !  i     Shall  livo  and  t^eign  ctcnmlly. 


355- 


356 


357 


Come,  Holy  Ghost,  with  God  the  Son. 

THIRD  HOUR. 
"  II  it  hut  Oie  third  hour  of  the  day."  L.    Al. 

1  Come,  Holy  Ghost,  with  God  tho  Son, 
And  God  the  Father,  ever  One; 
Shed  forth  Thy  grace  within  our  breast, 
And  dwell  with  us,  a  ready  guest, 

2  By  everj'  power,  by  heart  and  tongue, 
Ly  act  and  deed,  Thy  praise  be  sung; 
Inflame  with  perfect  love  each  sense. 
That  others'  souls  may  kindle  thence. 

3  O  Father,  that  we  ask  be  done. 
Through  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 
VTho,  ^nth  the  Holy  Ghost  and  Thee, 
Shall  live  and  reign  eternally.     Amen. 


O  God  of  truth,  O  Lord  of  might. 

SIXTH   HOUR. 
"  At  noonday  will  I  pray."  L.    \j. 

1  O  God  of  truth,  O  Lord  of  might, 
"NVho,  ordering  time  and  change  aright, 
Sondest  the  early  morning  ray, 
Kindling  the  glow  of  perfect  daj', 

2  Extinguish  Thou  each  sinful  fire, 
And  banish  every  ill  desire : 
And,  keeping  all  the  body  whole. 
Shed  forth  Thy  peace  upon  the  souL 

3  0  Father,  that  we  ask  be  done. 
Through  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 

'SVho,  with  tho  Holy  Ghost  and  Thee,  » 

Shall  live  and  reign  eternally.     Aatex. 


O  God  !  creation's  secret  force. 

L.  M. 


NTKTH  HOUR. 
The  hour  of  prayer  being  Vie  ninth  hour.' 


1  0  Gk>d!  creation's  secret  force, 
Thyself  unmoved,  all  motion's  source, 
AVho,  from  tho  mom  till  evening's  ray. 
Through  all  its  changes  guid'st  the  day, 

2  Grant  us,  when  this  short  life  is  past, 
The  glorious  evening  that  shall  List; 
Tliat,  by  a  holy  death  attained, 
Eternal  glory  may  be  gained. 

3  O  Father,  that  we  ask  be  done, 
Through  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 
^Vho,  with  the  Holy  Ghost  and  Thee, 
Shall  live  and  reign  eternally.    AiizN. 


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etc  S^f^i'^i  ?i>our^. 
A^  now  the  sun's  declining  rays. 


HL'NKLT. 
"  /  wM  mrditaU  upom  Thee  in  the  niffkt 

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C.  M. 


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1.    Ab    now   tlio   6un*8  do  -  din  -  ing  rays     To -ward  the   evo     de  -  Hccud, 

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2  Lord,    on    the   Cross   thine    arms   were 
To  draw  Thy  peoi)lo  ni^'h;     [Htretch'd, 
O  grant  us  then  that  Cross  to  love, 
And  in  those  arms  to  die. 


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3  To  God  thfi  Fftlhor,  God  the  Son, 
And  God  the  Holy  Ghost, 
All  gl^^ry  be  from  saiuU  on  earth. 
And  from  the  angel  host. 


359 


Before  the  endinq'  of  the  day. 

NIGHT   WATCH. 
"  Thou  shalt  not  he  afraid  fur  any  terror  by  night." 


L.  M. 


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1.    Be  -  fore  the  end  -  ing   of    the  day,     Ore  -  a  -  tor    of   the  worUl,  we  pray, 


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That,  with  Thy  wonted  llivoar,  Thou  Wouldst  bo  our  guard  and  keeper  now. 


2  From  nil  ill  dreams  defend  onr  Bight, 
Fnim  f.ars  and  t<Trors  of  the  night; 
"Withhold  from  us  our  phostly  foe, 
That'sx>o^  of  ^^^  ^0  may  not  know. 


3  O  Fathor.  that  W(»  ask  l>o  done. 
Through  Jesus  Christ,  Thine  only  Son; 
Who,  with  the  Holy  Ghost  and  Thee, 
Doth  live  and  rcigu  eternally.     Amen. 


Yin. -THE  HOLY  SCRIPTURES, 

Father  of  mercies!  in  Thy  word. 

..  Thy  staluUs  have  been  my  songs  in  the  house  of  my  pilffrimage." 


1    Fa-ther  of  mercies  !   in      TlTy  word  Wbat  end  -  less    glo_^-  ryBhineslFor 


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ev  -  or     b?^    Thy  N^    a  -  dored  For  thp^e    ce  -  les^  tial  Unas.  A- 

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2  Here  the  lliMleemer's  welcome  voice 

Spreads  heavenly  peace  arouud; 
And  life  and  everlasting  joys 
Attend  the  blissful  soimd. 

3  O  may  these  heavenly  pages  be 


And  still  new  beanties  may  I  sec, 
And  still  increasing  light. 
4  Divine  Instructor,  gracious  Lord, 
Be  Thou  for  ever  near; 
Teach  me  to  love  Thy  sacred  word, 


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,  -:,M,VordearaeUg.a;-  ■  And  view  my  Saviour . here.    A»en. 

\^  Uf.  J  The  heavens  declare  Thy  glory,  Lord. 

Ayj   ^^  •  ..Q  Lord,  how  viav'fold  arc  Thy  works." 

1.  The  heaVnJ^ectoe  Thy  glory,  Lord,      In  cve-ry  star  Thy  wis  -  dom  shmes, 


^^H^^MM^m 


But  whe^  our  tves  behold  Thy  word,  We  read  Thy  Name  in^^irer  lines.     A-men. 


2  The  rolling  snn,  the  changing  light. 

And  nights  and  days  Thy  power  confess; 
But  the  blest  volume  Thou  h;u^t  writ 
Reveals  Thy  justice  and  Thy  grace. 

3  Sun,  moon,  and  stars  convoy  Thy  praise 

Round  the  whole  earth,  and  never  stand; 
So  when  Thy  truth  bopan  its  race. 
It  touched  and  glar.cod  on  every  land. 

4  Nor  will  Thy  spreading  Gospel  rest. 

Till  through  the  world  Thy  truth  has  run; 


I 
Till  Christ  has  all  the  nations  blest. 
That  see  the  light,  or  feel  the  sun. 

5  Great  Sun  of  Righteousnesp.  arise; 

Blo«5s  the  dark  world  with  heavenly  Ught; 
Thv  Gospel  makes  the  simple  wise,      , 
thy  laws  are  pure,  Thy  judgments  nght. 

6  TI1V  noblest  wonders  here  we  view 

I        In  souls  renewed  and  sins  forgiveti. 

Lord  cleanse  mv  sins,  my  soul  renew.      iaml>. 
,        And  make  Thy  word  my  guide  to  heaven. 


362 


O  Word  of  God  incarnate. 

Thf  Word  it  a  tamp  unto  My  /cct,  amd  a  Ugkt  ttiUo  wir  paiK' 


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2  The  Church  from  her  donr  ^Lister 

Received  the  ^,'itt  divine. 
And  Ptill  that  li^'ht  she  lifteth 

O'er  all  the  earth  to  shiue. 
It  is  the  golden  casket 

"VMierc  Rcms  of  truth  are  stored, 
It  irt  the  luiivrn-dmwn  ]Ucturo 

Of  Christ  the  living  Word. 


li'  .rlM; 

Its 

AlH»\e  ihv  iLirklin^  world; 
It  is  the  chart  and  compass 

That  oer  life's  surging  s«k 
Mid  mists,  and  rocks,  and  quicksands, 

Still  guide,  O  Chrbt,  to  Thee. 


4  O  make  Thy  Church,  dear  Saviour, 

A  lamp  of  burnifih'd  f,'old, 
To  bear  Wfore  the  nations 

Tliy  true  light  a"  oi  old: 
O  teach  Thv  wand,  ring  pilgrims 

liy  this  tiieir  path  to  trace. 
Till.  cloud.s  and  darkness  ended. 

They  sec  Thee  face  to  iiftce.     Amik. 


C.  M. 


rsf>.rs      God's  pcrfcct  law  converts  the  soul. 

^_y  ^_J  ••  The  law  of  Uie  Lord  14  an  unde/ded  law,  converting  the  toiU." 

•^  II  I  ' I 

1.  God's  per  -  feet    law    con-verts  tbo    soul,     Re-cLiiras  from  Ihlsc  do  -  sires  ; 


fe^lg^^S 


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With    sa  -  creel  wis-dom  His  sure  word  The    ic?  -  iior  -  ant  in  -  ppires.  Amen. 


gijg^^gjSfegssiii 


2  The  statutes  of  the  Lord  are  just, 

And  bring  sincere  delight; 
His  pure  commands,  in  search  of  truth, 
Assist  the  feeblest  sight. 

3  His  perfect  worship  here  is  fix'd, 

On  sure  foundations  laid; 
His  equal  laws  are  in  the  scales 
Of  truth  and  justice  weigh'd; 


d  Of  more  esteem  than  golden  mines, 
Or  gold  refined  with  skill; 
More  sweet  than  lionoy,  or  the  drops 
That  from  the  comb  distil. 
5  My  trusty  counsellors  they  are, 
And  friendly  warning  give; 
Divine  rev>ards  attend  on  those 
"Who  by  Thy  preempts  live.     Asizn. 


364 


Behold,    the   mornino:  sun. 

"  How  excellent  is  Thy  loving  kindness,  O  God." 

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It  spreads  diviner  light; 
It  calls  dead  sinners  from  their  tombs. 
And  gives  the  blind  their  sight 

3  My  gracious  God,  how  plain 

Are  Thy  directions  given  ! 


O  may  I  never  read  in  vnin, 
But  find  the  path  to  heaven. 
•1  I  hear  Thy  word  with  love, 
And  I  would  fain  obey; 
Send  Thy  good  Spirit  from  above, 
To  guide  me,  lest  I  strav.     Amek. 


A  glory  gilds  the  sacred  page. 

••  Thy  word  u  true  from  tJu  b<ffinmmg." 


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The  gracious  light  and  beat: 
His  truths  upon  the  nations  rise; 
They  rise,  but  never  set. 


3  Let  everlasting  thanks  be  thine, 
For  such  a  bright  display, 
As  makes  a  world  of  darknesH  shins 
With  beams  of  heavenly  day. 


366 


•1  My  soul  rejoices  to  pursue 
The  steps  of  Him  I  love. 
Till  glory  break  upon  my  vieT 
lu  brighter  worlds  above.     Aiccx. 

Thy  word  is  to  my  feet  a  lamp. 

Thy  urvrd  it  a  lantern  unto  my  frrl,  and  a  light  unto  my  patXt." 


C.  M. 


1  Thy  word  in  to  my  feet  a  lamp, 

The  way  of  truth  to  nhow; 
A  watch-light,  to  point  out  the  path 
In  which  I  ought  to  go. 

2  I've  vow'd-  and  from  my  covenant,  Lord, 

Will  never  stArt  aside — 
That  in  Thy  righteous  judgments  I 
Will  steadfastly  abide. 


3  Let  still  my  saerifice  of  praise 

With  Thee  acceptance  find; 
And  in  Thy  righto«ius  judgments,  Lord, 
Instruct  my  willing  mind. 

4  Thy  testimonies  I  have  made 
I         My  heritage  and  choice: 

For  they,  when  otl  -ts  fail. 

My  drooping  he. I :       , 


5  My  heart  with  early  zeal  begon 
Thy  statutes  to  obey; 
And.  till  my  course  of  life  is  done, 
Shall  keep  Thine  upright  way. 


367 


There  is  a  book,  who  runs  may  read. 

The  invisible  things  of  Him  front  the  creation  of  the  world  are  clearly  leen,  being 
understood  by  the  things  that  are  made." 


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2  The  works  of  God,  above,  below. 

Within  us  and  around. 
Are  pages  in  that  book  to  show 
How  God  Himself  is  found. 

3  The  glorious  sky,  embracing  all, 

Is  like  the  Maker's  love. 
Wherewith  encompass'd,  great  and  small 
In  peace  and  order  move. 

4  The  moon  above,  the  Church  below, 

A  wondrous  race  they  run ; 


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But  all  their  radiance,  all  their  glow, 

Each  borrows  of  its  sun. 
The  Saviour  lends  the  light  and  heat 

That  crowns  His  holy  hill; 
The  saints,  like  stars,  around  His  seat 

Perform  their  courses  atfil. 
Thou,  who  hast  given  me  eyes  to  sec 

And  love  this  sight  so  fair, 
Give  me  a  heart  to  find  out  Thee, 

And  read  Thee  everywhere.     Amen. 


368 


Instruct  me  in  Thy  statutes,  Lord. 

Tcaca  vie,  0  Lord,  the  way  of  Thy  statutes,  and  I  shall  keep  it  unto  the  end." 

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Wilt  graciously  impart. 
To  keep  Thy  perfect  laws  I  will 
Devote  my  zealous  heart. 

3  Direct  me  in  the  sacred  ways 

To  which  Thy  precepts  lead; 


Because  my  chief  delight  has  been 

Thy  righteous  paths  to  tread- 
Do  thou  to  Thy  most  just  commands 

Incline  my  willing  heart; 
Let  no  desire  of  worldly  wenlth 

From  Thee  my  thoughts  divert.  ^Vmen. 


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Salvation,  O  the  joyful  sound  ! 

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To  soc  a  heavenly  day. 
Glory,  honoiir,  etc, 

3  Salvation  1  let  the  echo  fly 

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licucmption. 

Salvation,  O  the  joyful  sound  ! 

"  My  heart  shall  rejoice  in  Thy  salvalion." 
Second  Tone. 


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Glory,  honour,  etc. 

3  Salvation !  let  the  echo  fly 

The  spacious  earth  around, 
"SVhile  all  the  armies  of  the  sky 
Conspire  to  raise  the  souncL 
Glory,  honour,  etc.     Amen. 


370-- 


UcDcmpiion. 
Saviour,  source  of  every  blessing. 

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Sung  by  mjitured  siiints  above; 
Fill  my  bouI  with  sacre<l  pleasure, 
While  I  King  redeeming  love. 

1  By  Tb.y  hand  restored,  defended. 

Safe  through  life  thus  far  I've  come; 
.       Safe,  O  Lord,  when  life  is  ended. 


3  Thou  didst  seek  me  wh^n  n  stranger. 


Wandering  from  tli' 
Thou  to  save  my  soul  : 
Didst  redtemme  wiiu  a 


V    Bring  me  to  my  hetivcnly  home.  Amzx. 


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2  Once  we  were  f\\llen,  and  O  how  low  ! 
Just  on  the  brink  of  endless  woe : 
When  Jesus,  from  the  realms  above, 
Borne  on  the  wings  of  boundless  love, 

3  Scattered  the  shades  of  death  and  night 
*        And  spread  around  his  heavenly  light : 

/KjorC'...   ., 


By  Him  what  wondrous  grace  is  shown 
To  souls  impovorish'd  and  undone ! 
3  He  shows,  beyond  these  mortal  shores, 
A  bright  inheritance  as  ours; 
■\\Tiero  saints  in  light  our  coming  wait 
To  share  their  holy,  happy  state.     Amen. 


c/'^%%;^      To  our  Redeemer's  glorious  Name. 

Cj    I  "  Greater  love  hath  no  man  than  this,  that  a  man  lay  doicn  his  life  for  his  friends." 

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I         Our  humble  thanks  to  Thee, 

May  every  heart  with  rapture  say, 
I  "The  Sa\'iour  died  for  me." 

O  may  the  sweet,  the  blissful  theme, 

Fill  every  heart  and  tongne: 
Till  strangers  love  Thy  charming  Name. 
And  join  the  sacred  song.     A3c:n. 


2  His  love,  what  mortal  thonght  can  reach, 

"WTiat  mortal  tongue  display  ! 
Imaginatiiin's  utmost  stretch 
In  wonder  dies  away. 

3  He  left  His  radiant  throne  on  high. 

Left  the  bright  realms  of  bliss, 
And  came  to  earth  to  bleed  and  die: 
Was  ever  love  bko  this  ? 


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Ixrlirmpiion. 
Sing,  my  soul,  His  wondrous  love. 


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All  is  by  Ilia  Bccptre  Rway'd; 
^Vhat  nro  we  that  Ho  should  show 
So  much  lovo  to  us  below  ? 


3  God,  tho  merciful  and  pood. 
Bought  UK  with  the  Saviour's  blood; 
And,  to  luukf  (tur  safety  sure, 
Guides  us  by  Uis  Spirit  pore. 


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4  Sinp,  my  eoul,  adore  His  Name, 
Lot  His  plory  Ix'  thy  theme: 
Praise  Him  till  he  calls  Uiee  home, 
Trust  His  love  fur  idl  to  come.     Amen. 


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IxcUcmption. 
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And  all  the  forms  of  love  He  wears, 

Exalted  on  His  throne: 
In  loftiest  songs  of  sweetest  praise, 
I  would,  to  everlasting  days, 

Make  all  His  glories  known. 

3  O  the  delightful  day  will  come, 

"Wlien  my  dear  Lord  will  bring  me  home. 

And  I  shall  see  His  face ; 
Then,  with  my  Saviour,  Brother,  Friend, 
A  blest  eternity  I'll  sj)end, 

Triumphant  in  His  grace.     Amen. 


lUUcmptiou. 


Q  ^  -  Peace,  troubled  soul,  whose  plaintive  moan. 

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In  Him  thy  refuge  find,  thy  rest, 
Sjifo  in  the  mercy  of  thy  God: 

Tliy  (tcMl'ii  thy  Saviour,  glorious  word ; 

O  hear,  bcliovc,  and  bless  the  Lord.     Amxx. 


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2  Grace  first  contrived  a  way 

To  save  rebellious  man, 
And  all  the  steps  that  grace  display 
Which  drew  the  woiub-ous  plan. 

3  Grace  taught  my  wandering  feet 

To  tread  the  heavenly  road; 


And  new  supplies  each  hour  I  meet 
"While  pressing  on  to  God. 
4  Grace  all  the  work  shall  crown 
Through  everlasting  days; 
It  lays  in  heaven  the  topmost  stone, 
And  well  deserve  the  praise.     Amen. 


^r-j  rn  He's  blest,  whose  sins  have  pardon  gain'd. 

^J    it  "  Blessed  is  he  whose  unrighteousness  is  forgiven,  and  whose  sin  is  covered."  L.   ?^1. 


Blessed  is  he  whose  unrighteousness  is  forgiven,  and  whose  sin  is  covered." 


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The  guilt  that  tortured  me  within, 
But  Thy  forgiveness  interposed. 

And  mercy's  healing  balm  pour'd  in. 

3  Sorrows  on  sorrows  multiplied, 

The  harden'd  sinner  shall  confound; 


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But  them  who  in  His  truth  confide, 

Blessings  of  mercy  shall  surround, 

•i  His  saints  that  have  perform'd  His  laws, 

Their  life  in  triumph  shall  employ; 

Let  them,  as  they  alone  have  cause, 

In  grateful  raptures  shout  for  joy. 

Amen. 


Uclicmption. 


^f-rQ  AH  yc  who  seek  for  sure  relief 

vV    /  "  ^Mtf  umto  M«,  ail  yv  lUtU  labour  amt  art  kearg  ladni,  and  /  will  girt 


givt  yoM  rttt. 


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I «  I  '  I  ^  a'  J I     .1  — 1 


1.  All    yo    who  sofk    fur    saro    re  •  lief       In     trou  -  bio    and    dk  •  tretis. 


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i  I 

2  Jestis,  who  pavo  Limsolf  for  you, 
Upon  the  Cross  to  die, 
Opens  to  yon  His  pncrtHl  heart: 
O  to  that  heart  draw  nigh, 
:5  Ye  hear  how  Icindly  lie  invites; 
Ye  hear  His  words  so  blest: 
•'All  ye  that  labour  come  to  me, 
And  I  will  give  you  rest." 


•1  O  Jesuf?,  joy  of  saints  on  high. 
Thou  hope  of  sinners  here. 
Attracted  by  those  loving  words. 
To  Thee  1  lift  my  prayer, 
5  "Wash  Thou  my  wounds  in  that  dear  blood 
I         ^\^lich  forth  from  Thee  doth  flow; 
I     New  grace,  new  hope  inspire;  a  new 
I         And  better  heart  Destow. 


379 


Ah,  not  hkc  erring  man  is  God. 

•'  ^  blood  o/Jtsua  Christ  Hi*  Som  elfaiuetk  ut/r&m  all  tin." 


L.  M. 


^fr-V 


/c 


1.    Ah,  not  like   cr-  ring  man   is    God,   That  men  to  answer  Him  shoald  dare; 


O- 


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rondemn*d,and  in  -  to     si-lcnce  awed.  They  helpless  stead  before  His  bar.  Amxm. 


K — 

2  Th<>- •  -  xf   i.„.„^  pl^^ad, 

"^  1  ay  lK)th  embrace; 

^V;^  t«rcetle. 

And  ullcr  luiui  the  purchased  grace. 


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3  Andlo!  the  F^- 
To  be  this  ? 


QV  s 

toy  rii 


*■  ^-^1  is  slain 
-^iwn'd: 
K  .  t  ansr  d  from  stain, 


In  Him,  m 
In  Him  thy  rightvuusness  be  found. 


Amtx. 


38o. 


Ixftirmption. 
When,  wounded  sore,  the  stricken  soul. 

"  lit  healeth  the  IrroJIrcn  in  heart." 
FiBST  TUXE. 


C.  M. 


I  -I 

1.  When,  vrounded  Borc,  the  strick-cn    soul    Lies  bleed-ing    and     un-bonnd. 


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One  ou  -  ly    hand,  a    pier  -  ced  hand,  Can  heal  the    sin-ner's  wound.  A-men. 


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2  "When  sorrows  swell  the  laden  heart, 

And  tears  of  anguish  flow. 
One  only  heart,  a  broken  heart. 
Can  feel  the  sinners  woe. 

3  When  penitence  has  wept  in  rain 

Over  some  foul,  dark  spot. 
One  only  stream,  a  stream  of  blood, 
Can  wash  away  the  blot. 


4  'Tis  Jesus'  blood  that  washes  white, 

His  hand  that  brings  relief, 
His  heart  that's  touched  with  all  our  joys, 
And  feeleth  for  our  grief. 

5  Lift  np  Thy  bleeding  hand,  O  Lord  ! 

Unseal  that  cleansing  tide: 
We  have  no  shelter  from  our  sin 
But  in  Thy  wounded  side.     Aj^ien. 


380. 


Second  Tjtsh. 


C.  M. 


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Ixfticmption. 
^  Q  J       Come,  ye  sinners,  poor  and  needy. 

^  *  ••  iJim  tkat  c»m€lk  imto  Me,  I  wiU  im  ma  wise  COM  «mL"  &.7S.4. 

7:-;'-"::"  'T\ 


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Je  -  BUS   read  -  y    Btands  to    save  you.    And  His  beart  with  lore  runs  o'er ; 


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2  Come,  ye  nee<ly,  como  and  welcome, 
Goil'K  freo  bounty  Rlorifv; 
Tnie  bolicl  and  true  r»  pt-ntunco. 
Ever}'  pmoe  that  brings  you  uigb, 

"Without  momy. 
Come  to  Jesus  Christ  und  buy. 

n  Come,  ye  wear^,  heavy-laden. 

Lost  and  ruin'd  by  tho  fjdl, 

If  you  tarry  till  you'ro  lHtt<'r, 

You  will  novor  come  at  all: 

Not  the  righteous, 
Sinners  Ji  sus  c;ime  to  calL 


4  Aponizing  in  the  garden. 

Your  Redeemer  prostrat. 
On  Uie  bloody  tree  behoM 

Hear  Him  cry.  Ix-foro  li».  wi.  ;^, 

"It  b<  finishd  r 
Sinners,  will  not  this  suffice? 

5  Lo !  th'  Incarnate  God,  ascending. 

Pleads  the  merit  of  His  blood; 
Venture  on  Him     venture  wholly, 
Let  no  ot'-  -  •-—  t  intrude; 

N  -us 

Can  do  h  mcrs  good. 


6  Saints  and  angels,  join'd  in  concert. 

Sing  tho  pmiscs  of  the  Jjnmb; 

Whil-'  th«*  blishful  courts  of  heaven 

Swcctlv  echo  with  His  Name; 

^lallelujah  ! 
Sinners  here  may  sing  the  same.  Ajcm. 


lUtirmption. 

Ah,  how  shall  fallen  man. 

"  How  should  a  man  he  just  with  God!  " 


'     r     7 

If  He  oTir  ways  shoiilcl  mark, 

With  strict  inquiring  eyes, 
Could  we  for  one  of  thousand  faults 

A  just  excuse  de^•isc? 
All-?eeinq,  powerful  God  ! 

AVho  can  with  Thee  contend  ? 
Or  who  that  tries  the  unequal  strife, 

Sl^Ul  pi^osper  in  the  end  ? 


mm^ 


The  mountains,  in  Thy  wrath, 

Their  ancient  scats  Ic^rsake: 
The  trembling  earth  deserts  her  place. 

Her  rooted  pillars  shake. 
Ah,  how  shall  guilty  man 

Contend  with  such  a  God  ? 
None,  none  can  met  Him,  and  escape, 

But  through  the  Saviour's  blood.    Amen. 


There  is  a  fountain  fiU'd  with  blood. 

"  There  shall  be  a  fountain  opened  for  siti  and  uncleanness." 


a?i 


And  sinners  plunged  beneath  that  flood  Lose  all  their  guil  -   ty  sfciins.    A  -  men. 


2  The  dying  thief  rejoiced  to  see 

That  fountain  in  his  day; 
And  there  may  I,  as  vile  as  he, 
Wash  all  my  sins  away. 

3  Dear,  dying  Lamb,  Thy  precious  blood 

Shall  never  lose  it«  power. 
Till  all  the  ransom'd  Church  of  God 
Be  saved  to  sin  no  more. 


c:sr. 


•1  E'er  since,  by  faith,  I  saw  the  stream 
Thy  flowing  wounds  supply, 
Eedeemintr  love  has  been  my*  theme, 
And  shall  be  till  I  die. 
0  Then  in  a  nobler,  sweeter  song, 

I'll  sing  Thy  power  to  save,        [tongue 
"Wlien     this   poor,     lisping,     stammering 
Lies  silent  in  the  crave.  Amen. 


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UcDcmpuou. 
The  voice  of  free   grace. 

JDmvM  for  (Ay  Hft;  XeA  mcl  hAiikd  tXet,  nriUur  tUty  Okom  m  aU  Oe  pUun; 


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bought  us  oiir   par -don  ;      We'll  praise  Him  a  -    gain      Whenwc  pass  o  -  rer 

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Ta-tion,    His  blood  flows  most  freely      In  streams  of  sal  -  ra  -  tion.  \^ 
Jor-dan,  We'll  praise  Him  a  -  gain   When  wo  pass  o  -  Tcr  Jor-dan.  )  A-xek. 


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^  ^>^  V4/  I 

2  Ye  souls  that  are  wonndcd, 

To  Jt'sns  repair; 
He  calls  you  in  mercy. 

And  can  you  forbear  ? 
Tbouqli  vour  Kins  ho  a«  searlet. 

Still  flw  to  Ih. 
That  blood  can  r  a 

Which  Ktroaras  i*    1..  i,^^,  lountain. 
Hallelujah,  etc. 

3  O  Jesus!   rido  onwnnl. 

Triumphantly  Rlorions; 
O'er  sin,  dmth.'and  hell 
Thou'rt  more  than  victorious ; 


Thy  Name  is  the  theme 

Of  the  great  congregation. 
While  angels  and  saints 
liaise  the  shout  of  salvation. 
Hallelujah,  etc. 
•I  With  joy^phall  we  stand 

\\'hen  e8caj>e<l  to  that  shore; 
With  our  har]>s  in  onr  hand 

We  will  praiso  Him  the  more; 
We'll  raiiLre  the  sweet  fleldfl 
0:\  til.'  lanks  oi"  tho  river, 
An<l  sine;  of  salvation 
For  ever  and  ever. 

Hallelujah,  etc 


ivctjcmption. 
Now  to  the  Lamb  that  once  was  slain. 

'i'nlo  Jlin  that  loved  us,  ...  to  Him  be  glory  and  dominion  for  ever  and  ever." 


C.  M. 


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Thou  hast  rcclecm'd  onr  souls  with  blood, 

llast  set  the  prisoners  free. 
Hast  made  ua  kings  and  priests  to  God, 

And  we  shall  reign  with  Thee.    Am  ex. 


386 


X.-TIIE  CHRISTIAN  LIFE. 
lAcpcntancc. 

O  Thou  that  hear'st  when  sinners  cry 

"  If  any  man  sin,  we  have  an  Advocate  with  the  Father." 

1 


L.  M. 


Be  -  hold  them  not  with  an  -  gry  look 


But  blot  their  memory  from  Thy  book.  Amen. 


2  Create  my  nature  pure  within. 
And  form  my  soul  averse  to  sin  : 
Let  Tliy  pood  Spirit  ne'er  depart, 
Isor  hide  Thy  presence  from  my  heart. 

3  I  cannot  live  without  Thvlipht, 

Cast  out  and  banish'd  from  Thy  sight : 
Tliy  holy  joys,  my  God,  restore. 
And  guard  'mc  that  I  fall  no  more. 


1 

4  A  broken  heart,  my  God.  my  King, 
Is  all  the  sacrifice  I  hrinp ; 

The  God  of  praco  -will  ne'er  despise 
A  broken  heart  for  sacrillce. 

5  O  may  Thy  love  inspire  my  tonfruc ! 
Salvation  shall  be  all  my  sonp  : 
And  all  my  powers  .^hall  join  to  bless 
The  Lord,  my  strength  and  righteou?nrs 


Ucpcutaurc. 


^Q^  Stay,  Thou  long-suffering  Spirit,  stay. 


L.M. 


^•i,C 


1.  Btay,  Thou  loug-«ufferiug  Spir-it,    stay,    Tho*    I  havo  done  Theo  siicb  d<«pitc  ; 


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Nor  cast  the  sin-ner  quito  a  -  \niy,  Nor  tako  Thino  ev  -  cr  -  last^ing  flight  Kmlx. 


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2  Though  I  havo  most  nnfuithful  been, 

And  long  in  vain  Thy  grace  recoircd; 
Ten  thousiind  tiiucR  Thy  goodness  t?een, 
Ten    thousand    times     Thy     goodness 
grieved ; 

3  Yet  O  the  mourning  sinner  smre, 

In  honour  of  my  great  High-priest; 


Nor  in  Thy  righteous  anger  swear 
T'  exclude  me  from  Thy  people's  rest 
4  Mv  weary  soul.  O  God,  releiise ; 

XTpholii  mo  with  Thy  gracions  hand; 
Guide  me  into  Thy  perfect  peace, 
And  bring  mo  to  the  x^rooiised  land. 

Amzx. 


388. 


O  Jesus,  Saviour  of  the  lost. 

"  Jlim  that  comelh  to  Me,  1  vcill  in  no  ycitt  cast  out." 


C.  M. 


Je  -  BUS,  Sav  -  iour    of 


me 


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2  Guilty,  forgive  me,  Lord,  I  cr)*; 

pur^n.  <1  l.v  foes,  I  come; 
A  f  inc.  or  I  die; 

A  .  tiiko  mo  home. 

3  Once  safe  in  Thine  nlmight^  arms 

Let  storms  come  on  amain ; 


Thore  danger  never,  never  hanns; 
Tliore  death  it*ielf  ia  gain. 
•1  And  when  I  stand  before  Thy  throne. 
And  all  Tin   -L.rv  sec. 
Still  l>o  mv  leas  alone. 

To  hide"  i  I  hoc.     AMith. 


389 


Ivcpcntaucc. 
O  that  my  load  of  sin  were  gone. 

"  God  be  merctful  to  me,  a  tinner." 


L.  M. 


I  1  ^       -#■     -<5^ 


0     tlmt  my  loml   of    sin   were  gone, 

-0-       -0-       -0-     -fi^       -^ 


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At  Je-sus'  feet    to 


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it  dawn,    To  lay  my  soul   at    Je-sus' 


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feet  !     A  -  MEN. 


Igiiii^giip^liii^iiiB! 


N 

2  Eest  for  my  sonl  I  long  to  find; 

Saviour  of  all,  if  mine  Thou  art, 
Give  mo  Thy  meek  and  lowly  mind, 
And  stamp  Thine  image  on  my  heart. 

3  Break  off  the  yoke  of  inbred  sin, 

And  fully  set  my  spirit  free; 
I  cannot  rest  till  pure  within, 
Till  I  am  wholly  lost  in  Thee. 


I         I 

4  Fain  would  I  loam  of  Thee,  my  God; 

The  light  and  easy  burden  prove, 
The  Cross,  all  stain'd  with  hallow'd  blood. 
The  labour  of  Thy  dying  love. 

5  I  would,  but  Thou  must  give  the  power. 

My  heart  from  every  sin  release; 
Bring  near,  bring  near  the  joyful  hour, 
And  fill  mc  with  Thy  perfect  peace. 

Amen. 


390, 


see: 


25; 


O  let  triumphant  faith  dispel. 

"  If  God  be  for  us,  who  can  he  against  us." 

1,1  ,  I  I  I  . 


C.  M. 


^-vHti 


1 •       I  /^~         '  '  T 

— L^/^ — l-x> ^ x>-- 


1.   0       let     tri  -  umph-ant  faith  dis 


pel      The  fears    of    guilt  and    woe  : 


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us,  God  the  Lord,  Who,  who  shall  bo    our  foe.       A-men. 


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2  He  who  His  only  Son  gave  up 

To  death,  that  we  might  live, 
Shall  He  not  all  things  freely  grant 
That  boundless  love  can  give  ? 

3  Who  now  His  people  shall  accuse  ? 

'Tis  God  hath  justified; 


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Who  now  His  people  shall  condemn  ? 

The  Lamb  of  God  hath  died. 

4  And  He  who  died  hath  risen  again. 

Triumphant  from  thegrjive; 

At  God's  right  hand  for  us  He  pleads. 

Omnipotent  to  save.     Amen. 


391 


Rock  of  Ages,  cleft  for  me. 


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IN 


2  Not  the  labours  of  my  hands 
Can  fulfil  Thy  law's  demands; 
Ck)uld  my  zwd  no  rcsjMte  know. 
Could  mj»'  tears  for  ever  flow, 
All  for  Bin  could  not  atone. 
Thou  must  f>ave,  and  Thou  alone. 

3  Nothint;  in  my  hnnd  I  bring; 
Simply  to  Thy  Cross  I  cUur; 
Naked,  come  to  Thee  for  dress; 


Tit  Ipless,  look  to  Thee  for  grace: 

Foul.  I  to  the  fountain  fly; 
"NViish  mo,  Saviour,  or  I  die. 


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Just  as  I  am, — without  one  plex 


To  tokoM  AaU  we  go  but  uml>,  Tlur. 
TVHtL. 


8s.6. 


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1.    Just  u  >      1    am,— with-out  ono  pica.  But  that  Thy  blood  was  shed  for 


And  that  Thou  bidd's*  me  como  to  Thcc,   O  Lamb  of  God,     I  come.      A  -  Mi->. 


II 


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2  JiLst  OS  I  am, — and  waiting  not 
To  rid  my  soul  of  one  dark  blot. 

To  Thee,  whoso  blood  can  cleanse  each 
spot, 
O  Lamb  of  God,  I  como. 

3  Jiist  a«  I  am,— thouRh  toss'd  about 
With  many  a  conflict,  many  a  doubt, 
Fightincjs  and  fears  within,  without, 

O  Lamb  of  God,  I  come. 

4  Just  as  I  am,  — poor,  wrct<'hed,  blind — 
Si^ht,  riches,  healinc;  of  the  mind, 
Yea,  all  I  need,  in  Thee  to  find, 

O  Lamb  (if  (m)(1.  I  c-ome. 


1 

5  Just  OS  I  am,— Thon  wilt  receive, 
Wilt  welcome,  pardon,  cleanhe,  reliere; 
Because  Thy  promise  I  believe, 
O  Lamb  of  God,  I  come. 
G  Just  as  I  am,— Thv  love  unknown 
Has  broken  every  Wrricr  down; 
Now  to  be  Thine,  yea.  Thine  alone, 
O  Lamb  of  God,  I  come. 
7  Just  as  I  oro,  — of  that  free  love 
The  brcn\dth,  length,   depth,  and  height 

to  prove. 
Here  for  a  sc:ison.  then  above — 

0  Lamb  of  God.  I  comr.     Amis. 


Bkcond  Tojot. 


8   6. 


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1.  Just  as     I     am, — without  one  plea.    But  tlxat  Thy  blood  was  shed  for  me. 


»  _•-  _-_  ^ — 6/ — »  -,.  5^ &f_ , 


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Or  P^^B      tJ^Jf     t^     tw 


And  that  Thou  bidd  at  me  come  to  Thee,  O  Lamb  of  God,  I  come,  I  come.  Amen. 


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Jesu,  lover  of  my  soul. 

"  I Jli-e  urUo  Thee  to  hidt  me." 
FlllST  TUNK. 


7S.D. 


393- 


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1.  Jo   -  su,    lov  -  er      of      my      soul,      Let    mo     to     Thy     bo  -  som  fly, 


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Hide  me,    0       my    Sav  -  ioiir,   hide.       Till    the  storm  of      life     be       past ; 


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Safe     in  -  to     the    ha  -  ven  guide,    0      re  -  ceive  my    soul    at     last.     A-iEEX. 


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2  Other  refuge  have  I  none, 

Hangs  my  helpless  soul  on  Thee ; 
Leave,  ah  !  leave  me  not  alone, 

Still  support  and  comfort  me: 
All  my  trust  on  Thee  is  stay'd ; 

All  my  help  from  Thee  I  bring; 
Cover  my  defenceless  head 

"With  the  shadow  of  Thy  wing. 


3  Plenteous  grace  with  Thee  is  found, 

Grace  to  cover  all  my  sin; 
Let  the  heahug  streams  abound. 

Make  and  keep  me  pure  within  : 
Thou  of  life  the  fountain  art. 

Freely  let  me  take  of  Thee: 
Spring  Thou  up  within  my  heart, 

Rise  to  all  eternity.     Amen. 


393 


Jfaitf). 
Jcsu,  lover  of  my  soul. 

"IJU*  umia  rke€  te  hide  wu." 
Sbcovd  Ttxx. 

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Ilangs  my  helpless  soul  on  Thcc; 
Leave,  ah  !  leave  me  not  alone, 

Still  support  and  comfort  me: 
All  my  tnxst  on  Thee  Is  stay'd; 

All  my  help  from  Theo  I  bring; 
CoT«r  m  J  detaioekM  head 

With  the  shadow  of  Thy  ving. 


3  riont.  ons  pni*  o  with  Thc<;  is  found. 

Graro  to  cover  all  my  Rin; 
Lit  tlu  healing  strtams  abound. 

Make  and  kiip  mo  pure  within  : 
Thou  of  life  the  fountain  art. 

Freely  let  me  take  of  Thee: 
Spring  Thou  up  within  my  heart> 

Bise  to  all  eternity.    Axxx. 


394 


Jesus,  my  Saviour !  look  on  me. 


'  ]Vlwin  have  I  in  heaven  but  Thee  1 
.  First  Tcnk. 


8S.4. 
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1.  Je  -  SU8,  my  Sav-iour  !  look  on     me,     For    I    nm  wea-ry    and  op-prest 


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2  Look  down  on  me,  for  I  am  weak, 

I  feel  the  toilsome  journey's  length; 
Thine  aid  omnipotent  I  seek: 
Thou  art  my  Strength. 

3  I  am  bewilder'd  on  my  way, 

Dark  and  tempestuous  is  the  night; 
O  send  Thou  forth  some  cheering  ray: 
Thou  art  my  Light. 


■i  "When  Satan  flings  his  fiery  darts, 
I  look  to  Thee;  my  terrors  cease; 
Thy  Cross  a  hiding-place  imparts: 
Thou  art  my  Peace, 
5  Standing  alone  on  Jordan's  brink. 
In  that  tremendous  latest  strife, 
Thou  wilt  not  suffer  me  to  sink : 
Thou  art  my  Life. 


6  Thou  wilt  my  every  want  supply. 
E'en  to  the  end,  whate'er  befall; 
Through  life,  in  death,  eternally, 
Thou  art  my  All     Amen. 


394 


Secont)  Tr>-E. 


8S.4. 


1.  Je  -  BUS,  my  Saviour !  look  on    me, 

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395 


jFaitij. 
o\v  sweet  the  Name  of  Jesus  sounds. 


Tkjf  yam*  is  at  amtumt  ptmrtd  forik. 


C.  M, 

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1.    How  sweet  tbo  Name  of      Jo  -  stu  Bounds    In      a      Xm  -  liev  -  er^t     ear! 


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It  sootheH  his  sorrowK,  heoli)  his  woandn,  And  clrivc-s  au,, 

J _^_J__^       7*    ^    * 


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A-MTK. 


2  It  makes  the  wounded  spirit  whole, 

And  calms  the  troubled  breast; 
'Tis  manna  to  the  hun^y  soul. 
And  to  the  weary  re^t. 

3  Dear  Name,  the  rook  on  which  I  build. 

My  shield  and  hidiuf?-i)l:ice. 
My  never-failing  treasury,  filled 
With  boundless  stores  of  gnice. 

4  Jesus !  my  Shepherd,  Flusband,  Friend, 

My  Prophet,  l*riest  and  King, 


My  Lord,  my  life,  my  way,  my  end,- 

Accept  the  praise  I  bring. 
5  Weak  is  the  effort  of  my  heart, 
And  cold  my  warmest  Uicught: 
But  when  I  see  Thee  as  Thou  art, 
111  praise  Thoo  as  I  ought 
C  Till  then  I  wotild  Thy  love  proclaim 
With  ever}'  flecting'breath; 
And  may  the*  music  of  Thy  Name 
Refresh  my  soul  in  death. 


oq(3  J^oi"  ^'ver  here  my  rest  shall  be. 

^J  ^/  "  Tke  blood  of  Jttu*  Ckritt  eleatuelk  %u/rom  all  $in." 


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2  Mv  dyin'^  Saviour  and  my  God, 

rounUiin  for  guilt  and  sin  ! 
Sprinkle  me  ever  with  Thy  blood. 
And  cleanse  and  keep  me  clojin. 

3  Wash  me,  and  make  mo  thus  Thine  own; 

Wash  me,  aud  mine  Thou  art; 


Wash  me,  but  not  my  feot  alone — 
My  hands,  my  beati,  my  heart 
4  The  atonement  of  Tliy  V)lood  apply, 
Till  faith  to  sipht  improve; 

Till  hop«^  in  full  fruition  die. 

And  nil  my  soul  is  love,     AxzH. 


397 


A  mountain  fastness  is  our  God. 

••  My  hope,  and  my  forirrts,  my  cattle." 


P.  M. 

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In   God   are  help  and  life  :        He     is    our  sword  and  ar    -     niour.    Amen. 


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2  By  our  own  might  we  naught  can  do; 

To  trust  it  wore  sure  losing; 
For  us  must  fight  the  Eight  and  True, 
The  Man  of  God's  own  choosing. 

Dost  ask  for  His  Name  ? 

Christ  Jesus  we  claim; 

The  Lord  God  of  hosts; 

The  only  God  :  vain  boasts 
Of  others  fall  before  Him. 

3  "NMiat  thouah  the  troops  of  Satan  fill'd 

The  world  with  hostile  forces  ? 
E'en  then  our  fears  should  all  be  still'd; 

In  God  aro  our  resources. 
The  world  and  its  king 
No  terrors  can  bring: 
Their  threats  are  no  worth: 
Their  doom  is  now  gone  forth: 

A  single  word  can  quell  them. 


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4  God's  word  through  all  shall  have  free 

And  ask  no  man's  permission :     [sway, 
The  Spirit  and  His  gifts  convey 
Strength  to  defy  perdition. 
The  body  to  kill, 
Wife,  children,  at  will. 
The  wicked  havo  power: 
Yet  lasts  it  but  an  hour  ! 
The  kingdom's  ours  for  ever  ! 

5  To  Father,  Son  and  Holy  Ghost, 

For  ever  be  outi^ouring 
All  glory,  from  the  heavenly  host, 
And  saints  on  earth  adoring: 

Throurrh  time'g  utmost  bound 

That  chorus  resound, 

And  swell  evermore, 

Like  stormy  ocean's  roar, 
Through  endless  ages  rolling.     Amen. 


398. 


Jfaitlj. 
How  firm  a  foundation. 

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2  Ferur  not  I  fttn  with  thee,  O  bo  not  dlsmay'd, 
I,  I  am  thy  God,  and  will  still  pivc  thee  aid; 
I'll  strenfrtlieu  theo,  help  thee,  and  cause  theo  to 
Upheld  by  My  righteous,  omnipotent  hand. 

S  AMicn  tliroufjh  the  deep  waters  I  call  theo  to  go, 
The  rivers  of  woe  shall  not  thee  overllow; 
For  I  will  be  with  tlu'<\  Ihy  troubles  to  bless. 
And  sauctify  to  thee  thy  deepest  distress. 

4  When  throuRh  finry  trials  thy  pathway  shall  lie, 
My  prace,  all-sufficient,  shall  be  thy  supply; 
The  flame  shall  not  hurt  tht  c;  I  only  desij^ 
Thy  dross  to  consume,  and  thy  gold  to  refine. 

C  Tho  soul  that  to  Jesus  hatli  fled  for  repose, 
I  will  not,  I  will  not  desert  to  his  foes; 
Tliat  soul,  though  all  hell  shall  endeavour  to  shake, 
111  never  -  no,  never— no,  never  forsake.     Amek. 


399-..; 


\pproach,  my  soul,  the  mercy-scat. 

any  mart  sin,  we  have  an  AdvocaU  xoilh  the  Father,  Jesut  Chrint,  tlit  Rxghteoxu." 


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"NVlicro  Je  -   bus     ftn-swers  prayer 

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Tlicro  humbly     foil    be  -  fore  His    feet,    Fornone  can  per -ish  there.    A-mex. 

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2  Thy  promise  is  my  only  plea, 

With  this  I  veulure  nigh; 
Thou  callcst  burden'd  souls  to  Thee, 
And  such,  0  Lord,  am  I. 

3  Bow'd  down  beneath  a  load  of  sin. 

By  Satan  sorely  press'd, 
By  war  without,  and  fears  within, 
V    f    .  I  como. to  Thee  for  rest 

400 


4  Be  Thou  my  shield  and  hiding-place; 

That,  shelter'd  near  Thy  side, 
I  mav  my  fierce  accuser  face, 
And  tdl  him  Thou  hast  died! 

5  O  wondrous  love,  to  bleed  and  die, 

To  bear  the  Cross  and  shame. 
That  guilty  sinners,  such  as  I, 

Might  plead  Thy  gracious  Name.  Amen. 


Lord,  teach  us  how  to  pray  aright. 

"  Men  ought  alivays  to  pray,  and  not  to  faint." 


2  Give  deep  humility  ;  the  sense 

Of  godly  sorrow  give ; 
A  stroufT  dersiring  confitlence 
To  hear  Thy  voice  and  live. 

3  Patience,  to  witch,  and  wait,  and  weep, 

Though  mercy  long  delay; 


Courage,  our  fainting  souls  to  keep. 
And  trust  Thee  though  Thou  rlay. 
4  Give  these,  and  then  Thy  will  be  done ; 
Thus,  strengthen'd  with  nil  might, 

"We,  through  Thy  spirit  and  Thy  Sou, 
Shall  pray,  and  pray  aright,     AiizN. 


401. 


IJrapcr. 
>iiic,  my  soul,  thy  suit  prcj)arc. 


"  Ati',  and  it  ikaU  b«  given  you.' 
Pout  Tcxb. 


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7*. 


Come,  my    lioul,  thy  suit    i)ro  -  pare;     Jc  -  sns  loves    to      an  -  uwer  prayer; 


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He  Him-sclf   Las     bid  thee  pray,  Therefore  will  not    say    thee  nay.    A-iozn 


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2  Thou  nrt  coming  to  a  Kinp, — 
Ijtirpo  petitions  with  thee  bring; 
For  Ills  grace  and  power  ore  such, 
None  can  ever  ask  too  much. 

3  With  my  burden  I  begin: 
Lord,  remove  this  h^ad  of  sin; 
Let  Thy  blood,  for  sinners  spilt. 
Set  my  conscience  free  from  guilt 


\  Lord,  I  come  to  Thee  for  rest. 

Take  possession  of  my  breast; 

There  Thy  blood-bought  right  maintain. 

And  without  a  rival  reign, 
5  AMirte  I  am  a  pilgrim  here. 

Let  IXv  love  my  spirit  cheer; 

As  my  guide,  my  guard,  my  friend. 

Lead  me  to  my  journey's  cnd- 


C  Show  mo  what  I  have  to  do, 
Evcrj'  hour  my  strength  renew; 
Let  me  live  a  life  of  faith. 
Let  me  die  Thy  people's  death.    Axen. 


401. 

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Secoxd  Test 


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1.  Come,  my  soul,  thy      suit  pre -pare;      Je  -  sns  loves    to        an-«wer  prayer; 

'^    ^a.    .a.       .A    .a.    ^J  J2.    .a. 


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Ho   Him-6clf    has    bid  thee  pray.  Therefore  "wtH  not  say    thee  nay.      A-mtji. 


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IJruPCt. 


/lOO      Shepherd  divine,  our  \va 

^J"^^  ^*^  •  "And  he  said,  J  xcill  not  let  Thee  go.  except 


ants  rehcve. 


Thou  bless  me.' 


C.  M. 


giP 


I 

1.  Shep-herd  di  -  vine,  our    wants  ro  -  licvc,    lu     this     our     o 


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42.     .«.• 


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To  all  Thy  t( 

u     ^  -^  •'^ 


^ Let ^_i_^^_c^L_i-g-  •  _L_<j>, — S^_^ZJ:^ j^_i_^^; 

To  all  Thy  tempted  followers  givo    The  pow'r  to   trust  and  pray.     A  -  mex. 


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403 


I         ^1         'P  \ 

•1  Till  thou  the  Father's  love  impart, 
Till  Thou  Thyself  bestow, 
Be  this  the  cry  of  every  heart — 
I  will  not  let  Thee  go: 
5  I  will  not  let  Thee  go,  unless 
Thou  tell  Thy  Name  to  me; 
"With  all  Thy  great  salvation  bless, 
And  say, — I  died  for  thee.     Amex. 

•  /From  every  stormy  wind  that  blows. 

"  There  I  will  nuxt  iviUi  Tlue;  and  I  will  commune  with  Thee  from  above  the  merc'j^eai."  L.    M. 

/T\  I        |-^  /r\ 


2  Long  as  our  fier}'^  trials  last, 

Long  as  the  cross  we  bear, 
O  let  our  souls  on  Thee  be  cast 
In  never-ceasing  prayer. 

3  The  Spirit's  interceding  grace 

Give  us  the  faith  to  claim; 

,To  -wrestle  till  we  see  Thy  face, 

.  /     AniJ  know  Thy  hidden  Name. 


&; 


M-J- 


l^^^i^Slit^^^r; 


1.  From  cv  -  ery  storm-y  wind  that  blows,  From  cv  -  cry  swelling  tide   of    woes, 
J  -0-  -i^—  -^    j2L    J2.    J2.  _  -tfj.      ,^  J^    42. 


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There  is 


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1 


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a      calm,  a     sure  rcj  -  treat ;  'Tis  found  beneath  the  mer-cy-seat   A-mek. 


-^—L. 


^      ■     I 

2  There  is  a  place  where  Jcsns  sheds 
The  oil  of  gladness  on  our  beads- - 
A  place  than  all  beside  more  sweet, 
It  is  the  blood-stained  mercy-seat. 

3  There  is  a  spot  where  spirits  blond, 
"SVhere  friend  holds  fellowship  with  friend; 


i^HP^eiiii^u 


I 

Though  sunder'd  far,  by  faith  they  meet 
Around  one  common  mercy-seat, 
■i  There,  there,  on  eagles'  wings  we  soar. 
And  time  and  sense  seem  all  no  more  ; 
And  he<"iven  comes  down, our  souls  to  greet. 
And  glory  crowns  the  mercy-seat,    AitEN. 


4^4 


Pniycr  is  the  soul's  sincere  desire 

"  Lord,  Uack  %u  to  pray." 
Txan  TCYX. 


.]-;-.-     Eiffel 


1.  Prayer  is    tko  eool's  Bin -cere     do  -  sire.         Uttered      or      on  -  ex -pressed; 


2  Praver  is  tbo  biirdeu  of  a  sigh, 

Tlie  fidlinj:;  of  a  tear; 
The  upward  gUmcing  of  an  eyo 
■NVhcn  none  but  God  is  near. 

3  Prayer  is  tbo  simplest  form  of  speech 

That  infant  lips  can  try; 
Prayer,  tho  subliraost  strains  that  reach 
Tbo  Majesty  on  bigb. 

4  Prayer  is  the  contrite  pinner's  voice, 

lieturning  from  bis  ways; 
■\Miile  angels  in  tlieir  songs  rejoice, 
And  cry,  "Ik-bold,  he  prays!" 

5  Prayer  is  the  Christian's  >'ital  breath, 

The  Cbriiitiau'a  native  air; 


His  \ratchword  at  the  gates  of  death, — 

lie  enters  heaven  with  prayer. 
The  saints,  in  j)raycr,  npm-ur  as  one 

In  word,  and  deed,  ana  mind; 
'SVbile  with  tbo  Father  and  the  Son 

Sweet  fellowship  tbey  find. 
Nor  prayer  is  made  by  man  alone; 

The  lioly  Spirit  pleads; 
And  Jesus  on  Ibe  eternal  throne 

For  sinners  intercedes. 
O  Thou,  bv  whom  we  come  to  God, 

The  life,* the  trutb.  the  way. 
The  path  of  nrayer  Thystlf  bast  trod; 

Lord,  teach  Uj>  how  to  pray.     Amex. 


404. 


Secoxd  Tcxx. 


C.  M. 

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1.  Pray'r  is      the  soul's  sin -cere    de  -  sire 


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Tho  motion    of    a     hid-dcn  fire 


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That  trembles  in   the  breast    A 


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405 


'  13ralsc. 

All  people  that  on  earth  do  dwell. 

"  0  bt  joyful  in  the  Lord,  all  yr  lands." 


L.  M. 


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1.   All    pco  -  pie   that    ou   earth  do  dwell,  Sing  to   the  Lord  with  cheerful  voice : 


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Him  serve  with  fear,  His  praise  forth  tell,  Come  ye  bo-fore  Him  and  re-joice.    A-men. 


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2  Know  that  the  Lord  is  God  indeed; 
Without  our  aid  He  did  us  make: 
"We  are  His  flock,  He  doth  us  feed, 
And  for  His  sheep  He  doth  us  take. 

4  For  why  ?  the  Lord  our  God  is  good. 
His  mercy  is  for  ever  sure; 
His  tmth  at  all  times  firmly  stood, 
And  shall  from  age  to  age  endure.  Amen. 


3  O  enter  then  His  gates  with  praise. 
Approach  with  joy  His  courts  unto; 
Praise,  laud,  and  bless  His  Name  always, 
For  it  is  seemly  so  to  do. 


405 


Skcond  Tr>-E. 


L.  M. 


A    a  i*    (Ancient  form.) 


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1.  All   peo-ple  that  on  earth  do   dwell,    Sing  to  the  Lord  with  cheer-ful  voice: 


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Him  serve  with  fear,  His  praise  forth  tell.  Come  ye  be- fore  Him  and  re-joice.  Amen. 


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Vxam 
O  praibc  )  c  the  Lord. 

"  O  tiM^  Mate  the  Lord  a  nev  tong    kt  Ote  c«ngrfff<Uiim  <<f$ainU  praiae  Hiak.' 
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1.  O  praise  ye     the   Lord,  Pro  -  pare  your  glad  voice,     His  praise  in     the 


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Is  -  rael  re  -  joice  ;  And  children  of     Si  -  on    Be  glad  in  their  King.   A 


2  Let  them  His  great  Name 

Extol  in  their  songs, 
"With  hearts  well  attuned 

His  praises  express : 
"NMio  always  takes  pleasure 

To  honr  their  glad  tongues, 
And  wftit«  with  Ralvation 

The  humble  to  bless. 


3  With  glory  adorned. 

His  people  shall  sing 
To  God,  who  their  heads 

With  safety  doth  shield; 
Such  honour  and  triumph 

His  favour  shall  bring: 
O  therefore  for  ever 

All  praise  to  Him  yield!    Aaoor. 


40 


^   For  Thcc,  O  God,  our  constant  praise. 


TAoii,  O  God,  art  praitrd  in  Siom." 


L.M. 


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1.  For  Thee,  O  God,  our  constant  praise  In    Si  -  on  waits.  Thy  cho    -    sen  acat 


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Our  promised  altars  thoro  well  raise,  And  all  our  zeal  -  ous  vows  complete.  A-  men. 


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Si 


1 

3  Our  sins,  though  numberlcfis,  in  vain 
To  stop  Thy  flowing  mercy  try; 
"Whilst  Thou  o'crlook'st  the  guilty  stain; 
And  washest  out  the  crimson  dye. 

4  Bless'd  is  the  man  who,  near  Thee  placed, 
Withm  Thy  sacred  dwelling  livts! 
'Tis  there  abundantly  we  taste 
The  vast  delights  Thy  temple  gives.     Amen. 


Thon,  who  to  every  humble  prayer 
Dost  always  bond  Thy  listening  ear, 

To  Thee  shall  all  mankind  repair. 
And  at  Thy  gracious  throne  appear. 


408 


Magnify  Jehovah's  Name. 

0  give  thanks  unto  the  Lord:  for  He  is  fjracious,  and  His  mercy  endunth 
for  ever," 


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1.  ilag  -  ni  -  fy      Jo   -   ho  -  vah's  Name  ;  For    His    mer  -  cics       ev  -  er     sure. 


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From  0  -  ter  -  ni  -  ty     the  same,     To     e  -  ter  -  ni 


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2  Let  His  ransom'd  flock  rejoice, 

Gather'd  out  of  every  land. 
As  the  people  of  His  choice, 

Pluck'd  from  the  destroyer's  hand. 

3  In  the  wilderness  artray. 

In  the  lonely  waste  they  roam, 
Hungry,  fainting  by  the  way. 
Far  from  refuge,  shelter,  home: 


4  To  the  Lord  their  God  they  crj- 

He  inclines  a  gracious  car, 
Sends  deliverance  from  on  high, 
Kescues  them  from  all  their  fear. 

5  Them  to  pleasant  lands  Ho  brings, 

"Where  the  vine  and  olive  grow ; 
Where  from  verdant  hills,  the  springs 
Through  luxuriant  valleys  flow. 


6  O  that  men  would  praise  the  Lord, 
For  His  goodness  to  their  race; 
For  the  wonders  of  His  word, 

And  the  riches  of  His  grace !    ^Vmen*. 


409 


Before  Jehovah's  awful  throne. 


'  S^^rvf  tkf  Lord  yrith  gUtdm<*$,  and  eopu  bf/ort  Uit  prttmct  with  a 


L.  M. 


-ar 

Be  -  foro  Je  -  Lo  -  vali's  aw  -  ful  tbrono,  Yo    na-tionB, 


.tfL   ZH 


42.    .^ 


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with   sa  •  cit^  joy ; 


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Know  that  the  Lord  is  God 

r-tr. 


a  -  lone. 


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IL^lsi^pgi 


He    cau  cro-ate,  and  He  dea-troy.  A-mex. 

j^  .^  .^  :*: 


^     '    '    '^  I     I 

2  His  Bovorcipii  ix)wer,  without  our  aid. 
Made  us  of  cky,  aud  form'd  us  meu ; 
And     when    like    wandering    bheop    we 
He  brought  us  to  His  fold  again,   [stray'd, 

3  Wo  are  His  ix'ople,  wc  His  cure. 
Our  souls,  ftn«l  all  our  mortal  frame; 
WTiat  histitig  honours  shall  we  rear, 
Almighty  Maker,  to  Thy  Name  V 


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4  Well  crowd  Thy  gates  with  thanxful  songs. 
High  as  the  heaven  our  voices  raise; 
And  earth,  with  h<rten  thousand  tongues. 
Shall  fill  Thy  courts  with  eonnding  praiae. 

5  Wide  as  the  world  is  Thy  command. 
Vast  as  eternity  Thy  love; 

Firm  as  a  rock  Thy  truth  must  stand, 
Whtn  rolling  years  shall  cease  to  more. 


4^  ^  Bless  God,  my  soul ;  Thou,  Lord,  alone. 
X  V^  •  «•  O  Lord,  Thou  art  bteome  exttfding  tjlon'mis;  TTtou  ari  doihed  with 

ntnifstu  nnil  hunour." 


majesty  and  honour.' 


L.  M. 


2  With  lichtThou  <' 
And  L'lorv  for  n 
H.  . 
'I. 
3G 
I! 

Th: i ,.i, .  ..i.i  Htorros 

The  swiii-wxng'd  steed  with  which  ho  flics. 


^f  enrobe, 
ke; 
•nd  the  gl  jbe, 

•"  ::ns 


4  As  bright  as  flnmo.  as  swift  ns  wind, 

His  ministers  henvon's  jialice  fill; 
They  have  their  Rindry  tiisks  assign *d . 
Ail  prompt  to  do  their  sovereign's  will, 

5  In  !     •  ^'         ' 

Aii*ij.... .    .^. 

Sincere,  as  in  Him  i&  my  joy. 


411- 


Ye  boundless  realms  of  joy. 

"  0  praist  the  Lord  of  heaven." 


65.45. 


Ifii 


Ye  boundless  realms  of     joy, 

■       •       ■       I       ^      &: 


Ex  -  nit  your  Mak  -  cr's    fame ;      His 


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Y'"e    che  -  ru  -  bim  And  r.cr 


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-a-pliim,  To   sing        His    praise.     A-men. 


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2  Thou  moon,  that  nil'st  the  night, 
And  sun,  that  guid'st  the  day, 
Ye  glittering  stars  of  light. 
To  Him  your  homage  pay : 

His  praise  declare, 
Y'e  heavens  above, 
And  clouds  that  move 
In  liquid  air. 


3  Let  them  adore  the  Lord, 
And  praise  His  holy  Name, 
By  "Whose  Almighty  word 
They  all  from  nothing  came; 

And  all  shall  last 
From  changes  free; 
His  firm  decree 
Stands  ever  fast. 


GLOMA  PATEI. 

To  God  the  Father,  Son, 

And  Spirit,  ever  bless'd. 
Eternal  Three  in  One, 
All  worship  be  address'd, 
As  heretofore 
It  was,  is  now. 
And  shall  be  so 
For  evermore.     Amen. 


A.1  ^ .  ^  praise  the  Lord  in  that  blest  place. 

I  "  Let  etnytMing  UkU  ImV*  brtatk  praise  Uu  Lord." 


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hence  His  goodnesB  lorgelj  flows; 


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Pr.iiso  Him  in  heaven,  vrhcre  Ho  His  face,  Unveiled,  in  per-fect  plor-y  Rhmrs.  A- 


):V 


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2  Praise  Him  for  nil  the  mighty  acts 

"Which  He  in  our  behalf  has  done; 
HLs  kiuthicss  this  return  exacts, 

"NVith  which  our  jiraiscj  should  equal  run. 

3  Let  the  Bhrill  trumpet's  ■vrarliko  voice 

Make  rocks  and  hills  Hispraise  rebound; 
Praise  Him  with  har])*8  melodious  noise, 
And  gentle  psaltery's  eilvcr  bound. 


4  Let  them  who  joyful  hymns  comjv  - 

To  cymbids  set  their  Fonps  of  pnuiio — 
To  well-tnned  cymbals,  and  to  thosn 
That  loudlv  sound  on 

5  Let  all  that  vit^il  breath 

The  breath  He  dot-s  to  ...  ...  ....  ... 

In  just  rutunis  of  praise  employ:  [Amzk. 
Let  every  creature  prabc  the  Liord ! 


41 3-.. 


i>r^.^ 


O  bless  the  Lord,  my  soul. 

Praise  Ou  Lord,  O  my  souf;  and  all  that  u  vUkin  me,  praise  Bis  koif  Xt 


«^-^(g~ 


1.  o 


bless  the    Lord,  my 


S.  M. 


soul,      HLs    grace  to     thee  pro  -  claim,    And 


'^ — fS — ^   •  0 
all     that   is     with-ia      me, 


join       To  bless  His    bo  -  ly     Name.     A-mkh. 


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*!..  J  ^^^^  my  sonl, 

II  Icar  in  mind; 

For^  J I  is  benefitK, 

W'hn  IS  to  thoo  HO  kiuiL 
He  pnrfh-^ns  nil  thv  sin'^. 

Pr  :  '.alh; 

Ho  I  :.-. 

Ann  r  .  ;.;  d'  .1 


1 — a- 

He  feeds  thee  ^Ih  HiTlovc. 

Upholds  thee  with  His  truth; 
And  like  the  eagle's.  Ho  renews 

The  vigour  of  thy  youth- 
Then  bless  the  L^nl.  my  ^ot^I. 

HiH  grace,  H 
Ix-t  all  that  is  ^ 

To  bless  Hia  h-iv  .*.i:u  ,     .wn 


4  J    A        ()  (iod,  my  heart  is  fix'd,  'tis  bent. 
l"     ••  My  heart  is  fixed,  0  God,  my  heart  is  fixed :   I  will  ting  and  give  praise.' 


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1.    O     God,  my  heart  is  fixctl,  'tis  bent,     Its   tiiunkliil    trib-utc     to    pro  -  sent; 

=t:=x:g=r-^-rt:-  i  ti=g?Z3:==: 

iV-tn — h H zr-r\-^ — [ir~i"'^ — *~ 


^L-snuiz. 


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And,  with  my  heart,  my  voice  I'll  raise  To  Thee,  my  God,  iu  songs  of  praise.  Amen. 


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Awake,  my  Rlory;  harp  and  lute, 
No  longer  let  your  strings  be  mute ; 
And  I,  my  tuneful  part  to  take, 
Will  with  the  early  dawn  awake. 
Thy  praises,  Lord,  I  will  resound 
To  all  the  listening  nations  round: 


Thy  mercy  highest  heaven  transcends, 

Thy  truth  beyond  the  clouds  extends. 

Be  thou,  O  God,  exalted  high; 

And  as  Thy  Glory  fills  the  sky, 

So  let  it  be  on  earth  displayed. 

Till  Thou  art  here,  as  there,  obeyed. 

Amen. 


415 


Through  all  the  changing  scenes  of  hfe. 


'  /  will  alway  jive  UianLs  unto  tlie  Lord." 


C.  M. 


The  prais-es 


m0m 


my  God  shall  still 

I 


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"1 ' T— T 

2  Of  His  deliverance  I  will  boast, 

Till  all  that  are  distressed 
From  my  example  comfort  take. 
And  charm  their  griefs  to  rest. 

3  O  magnify  the  Lord  with  me, 

With  me  exalt  His  Name; 
When  in  distress  to  Him  I  call'd. 
He  to  my  rescue  came. 

4  The  angel  of  the  Lord  encamps 

Around  the  good  and  just; 


tit 


My  heart  and  tongue  employ. 


is: 


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"M- 


isa 


Deliverance  He  affords  to  all 

Who  on  His  succour  trust- 
0  make  but  trial  of  His  love. 

Experience  will  decido 
How  blest  they  are,  and  only  they. 

Who  in  His  truth  confide. 
Fear  Him,  ye  saints;  and  you  will  then 

Have  nothing  else  to  fear; 
Make  you  His  service  your  delight. 

Your  wants  shall  be  His  care.     Amen. 


^  "Og* 


U  iciKkr  thanks  to  God  above. 

i(W  tkankt  unto  tMe  l/trd:  //r  lie  i$  graeiotu,  and  tlU  merry  ewimnOkJ^  *r> 


1.  O    roa  -  tier  ihauks  to  God    a -bore,  Tho  ibantiun  of      e  -  ter  •  nul  love; 


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AMiO80  mercy  firm  throngn  ages  post  Has  stood,  and  kIioII  for  ever  last     kwEX. 


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mn- 


2  ^^^lO  can  Ilis  mighty  deeds  express. 
Not  only  vast,  but  numberless? 
What  mortal  eloquence  can  raiso 
His  tribute  of  immortal  praise  ? 

3  Extend  to  me  that  favour,  Lord, 
Thou  to  Thy  choseu  dost  afford: 


^^^len  Thou  retnm'st  to  set  them  finec. 
Let  Thy  solvation  %isit  me. 
4  Lot  Israel's  God  be  ever  bless'd, 
Uis  Name  eternally  confem'd; 
Let  all  His  suints,  with  full  accord. 
Sing  loud  Ameujj,  Praise  yc  the  Lord! 

AM£N. 


^i^  J  r-       O  for  a  thousand  tongues  to  sing. 

.  /•      I  /  "  Mj  spirit  hoik  r^joicediA  Cod  mjf  Saviour." 


C.  M, 


1.   O 


S^B= 


for 


tbonsand  tongues  to    sing 


My   dear  Be-deemer's  praise, 
*g    1*^ — ^ 


The   glo  -  riea    of     my   God  and 


King.  Tho  triumphs  of   His  f{xaoe !  Axzx. 


-^ 


S^5 


^3E 


2  Jesns— tho  Name  that  charms  car  fears, 

Th:it  bids  onr  sorrows  cease; 
"I'ls  iM-.i-K'  ill  th.'  hinner'H  ears; 
'1 1^  lii'i ,  uiul  h<  alth,  and  pe^oe. 

3  Ho  bnv^khi  tho  power  of  cancell'd  fdn, 

Anil  Ht'tH  the  pri Dii-r  froo: 
His  bhvKl  ran  i  dest  clean; 

liii  blood  ftv»...     .      .    .v. 


'^^?- 


v-^- 


?z=^ 


2z: 


^ 


I  f2  I    all 


•1  Ho  speaks;  and,  listening;  to  ffis  Toioe, 
New  life  tho  dead  reccire; 
The  mournful  broken  hearts  rejoice; 
The  humble  poor  believe. 
5  Hear  Him,  yo  deaf !  His  praise,  ye  dnmb, 
Your  loosened  tonLmc-s  »  raploy  1 
Ye  blind,  bchoKl  v  r  come  I 

And  leap,  ye  laui  Aiim. 


4i8 


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\ham. 

Jehovah  reigns,  let  all  the  earth. 

"  TIic  Lord  u  King;  Uu  earth  may  be  glad  Uureo/." 
F1B8T  Tune. 


L.  M. 


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s^g 


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1.  Je  -  ho  -  vail  reigns,  let  all    the  earth    In  Ilis    just  gov  -  em-mcnt  ro  -  joice; 

^ !5» 1 


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ggjggj 


Let  all  the  lands, ^vith  sacred  mirth.    In  His    applanso    u  -  nite  their  voice.  A-men. 


I      I 


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.^   .a. -^   jz.  j^   jz.  -^   .a.  ■^■0- 


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^  111 

2  Darkness  and  clouds  of  awful  shade 
His  dazzling  glory  shroud  in  state; 
Judgment  and  righteousness  are  made 
The  habitation  of  His  seat 


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3  For  thou,  O  God,  art  seated  high. 

Above  earth's  potentates  enthroned; 
Thou,  Lord,  unrivalled  in  the  sky. 
Supreme  by  all  the  gods  art  o^vnecL 

Ajien. 


1.  Je  -  ho-vah  reigns,  let  all  the  earth,  In    His  just  gov-em-ment  re -joice  • 


■"->. 


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I  '     -  II 

Let    all  the  lands,  with  sacred  mirth.  In    His  applause  unite  their  voice.  Amzn. 


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yraifsc. 
Begin,  my  soul,  th'  exalted  lay. 

'•LtteverftUacOuUkaOibnatkpraiMaMLord.- 


419. 


8c6t. 


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2: 


2 


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1.  Be  -  gin,  my  soul,  ih'cx-ftlt  -  od    lay  ;    Let  each  en  -  raptured  thought  o-bey, 


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And  praise  th'Almighty's    Name  :        Let  hearen  and  earth,  and  seas  and  sVW, 

.a-   .a.   -^     .a. 


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In     one    me  -  lo  -  dious  con  -  cert  rise.     To  swell  th'in-spiring  theme. 


iliis 


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2  Ye  angels,  catch  the  thrilling  sonnd. 
While  all  the  adoring  thrones  around 

nis  boundless  mercy  sing; 
Let  every  listening  saint  above 
Wake  all  the  tuneful  soul  of  love. 

And  touch  the  sweetest  string. 


3  Whate'er  this  living  world  contains. 
That  wings  the  air  or  treads  the  plains, 

Tnited  praise  bcstov 
Ye  tenants  of  the  ocean  wide. 
Proclaim  Him  throngh  the  miciiiy  uac, 

And  in  the  deeps  below. 


4  Let  man,  by  nobler  passions  sway'd. 
The  feeling  heart,  the  judging  head, 

In  heavenly  praise  employ; 
Spread  Ilis  tremendous  Name  around, 
Till  heav'n's  broad  arch  rings  back  the  sound. 

The  general  burst  of  joy.    Auzii. 


420. 


I'll  praise  my  Maker  with  my  breath. 

"  As  lomj  as  I  have  any  being,  I  will  sing  praise*  unto  my  God." 


Six  8s. 


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S-^ii^^liiE^^^^g 


1.  Ill  praise  my  Mak-er -witli  my  breath,  And  when  n^y  voice  is    lost   in  death, 


c  '  '  ]       1       ^1       I       '       I       ■      '-'       1       \ 

'  v«y  V  •  J 


I^EtSESHisi^ 


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Praise  shall  em  -  i^loy  my    no-bler  powers  :  My  days  of  praise  shall  ne'er  be  past 


iP^ 


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'I  I     i  i  I 

'SMiilelife,  and  thought,  and  be- ing  last,  Or  im-mor-tal  -  i  -  ty  endures.  Amen. 


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2  Happy  the  man  whose  hopes  rely 
On  Israel's  God:  He  made  the  sky, 

And  earth,  and  seas,  with  all  their  train; 
He  saves  th'  oppress'd.  He  feeds  the  poor; 
His  truth  for  ever  stands  secure. 

And  none  shall  find  His  promise  vain.     AiiEX. 


GLOBIA   PATEL 

To  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost 

The  God  '\\'TK)m  heaven's  triumphant  host 

And  suJBfering  saints  on  earth  adore, 
Bo  glory  as  in  ages  past. 
As  now  it  is,  and  so  shall  last 

When  time  itself  shall  be  no  more.  Amen. 


421. 


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Adored  for  ever  be  the  Lord. 

••  The  Jj>rd  it  my  Strength,  and  wy  Shield." 

J-       • L 

4—  1-^ 


C.  M. 


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3a: 


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ifiz: 


^^S 


I  II  -^  1^  T  I 

1.  A  -  (lored  for      cv  -  cr      bo     tlio    Lord ;  His  praise  I      will    re  -  aoimd. 


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From  whom  the  cries  of     my  dis  -  tress 


A     gra-cioos  DXi-swcr  foand.  A-mkk. 


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3  Tlio  Lord,  the  everlnsting  God, 
Is  ray  defence  and  rock. 
The  Raving  health,  the  saving  strengUi, 
Of  Uis  anointed  flock. 


2  He  is  my  strouqth  aud  shield;  my  heart 
Has  trusted  in  His  Name; 
And  now  relieved,  my  hrart,  with  joy, 
His  praises  shall  x>roclaim. 

4  O  save  and  bless  Thy  people,  Lord, 
Thy  heritage  preserve; 
Feed,  ptrengthen,  and  support  their  hearts, 
That  they  may  never  swerve.     Amiin. 


422 


Songs  of  praise  the  angels  sang. 

••  The  morning  start  tang  together,  and  all  Uie  tont  of  God  thouUd  for  joy. 


7»- 


Fiubt  Tune. 


1.  Songs  of  praise  the    an-  gels  Bang;  Heav'n  with hal  -  lo  -  lu  -  jab's  rang, 
-i»  -ii g-    #  ,  J     ^    ^jJ^,—    .  ^.    »  ,f7    -f^-    7^    g> — a. 


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r--e>—rt- 


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^^  hen  Je  -  ho-vah's  work  bo  -  gun,  Allien  Ho  spake  and  it    was  done.  A-imr. 


geta^g-:  t^rgsg^s^g-it 


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gr— ig— ?g- 


2 


g    ±i 


^Jrai^c. 


2  Songs  of  pmifio  awoke  tbo  mom, 
^Vbeu  the  Prince  of  Pence  was  born; 
Sou^H  of  praise  arose,  wben  Ho 
Captive  led  captivity. 

3  Heaven  and  earth  must  pass  away; 
Songs  of  praise  shall  crown  that  day: 
God  will  make  new  heavens  and  earth; 
Songs  of  praise  shall  hail  their  birth. 


4  And  shall  man  alone  bo  dumb 
Till  that  glorious  kingdom  come  ? 
No;  the  Church  delights  to  raise 
Pbalms,  and  hymns,  and  songs  of  praise. 

5  Saints  below;  with  heart  and  voice, 
Still  in  songs  of  prai.so  rejoice; 
Learning  here,  by  faith  and  love, 
Songs  of  praise  to  sing  above. 


6  Borne  upon  their  latest  breath, 
Songs  of  praise  shall  conquer  death ; 
Then,  amidst  eternal  joy, 
Songs  of  praise  their  powers  employ.    Amen. 


422 


Second  Tune. 


a — zi — ot- 
1.  Songs  of  praise  the      an  -  gels  sang  ;  Heav'n  with  hal  -  lo 


la  -  jah's  rang, 


SL^eEf^g^l 


■6^— ^    fi-c^- 


■^^^len  Je  -  ho  -  vah's  work  be  -  gun,     When  He  spake  and     it      was  done. 

,    ,.    -^  -^  w  ^v     r\  SiJ.  jz.     ^  ^  k 

q|yg„      ,       iz— 'i        iz^cgif — zizzz 


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2.  Soags  of  praise  a  -  woke  the  mom,    Wlaen  the  Prince  of    Peace  -was  bom 


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Songs  of  praise  a  -  rose,  when  He    Cap-tive  led  caji  -  liv  -  i 


ty- 


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BL^ 


A    -    MUX. 


4^  Q   God,  my  King,  Thy  might  conft  ssing. 
^  '•  I  vnamagn\fjf  Tkee,OGod,m^  King." 

1 !        J L        J         i         I  I  ...       


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1.  God,  my  King,  Thy  might  con  -  foes  -  ing, 


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Thy  Nune; 


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Day    by    day  Thy  tbrono  od-dross-ing,    Still  will    I  Thy  praiBe  proclaim,  ksax. 


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2  Hononr  pjeat  onr  GckI  bcfitteth; 

Who  His  mnjt'sty  can  rtach? 
Age  to  age  His  works  transniitteth, 
Ago  to  agt;  His  power  shall  teach. 

3  They  fihall  talk  of  all  Thy  glorj'. 

On  Thy  might  and  greatness  dwell, 
Speak  ofThy  dread  acts  the  story, 
And  Thy  deeds  of  wonder  tcll. 


'■^ 1 1 1  '  I — ' — I i '. H 1 ,ri— ■ ^a-"-" 


.       .       1       I 1 e^ ^ 

j  4  Nor  shall  fail  from  memory's  treasure, 
j  Works  by  love  and  mercy  wroDght— 

I      Works  of  lovo  surpassing  measure. 
Works  of  mercy  passing  tJhought. 
5  Full  of  kindness  and  compassiou, 
I  Slow  to  anger,  >'ast  in  love, 

I      God  is  good  to  all  creation; 
1  All  His  works  His  goodness  prore. 

C  All  Thy  works,  O  Lord,  shall  bless  Thee, 
Thee  shall  uU  Thy  paints  adore; 
Kiu,t<  supreme  shull  thty  confess  Tlice, 
And  proclaim  Thy  sovereign  power.     Amek. 


424.    ' 


All  hail  the  power  of  Jesus'  Name! 

'•  lU  is  Lord  oflordt  and  King  ofkingt." 


C.  M. 


FlBST  Tcire. 


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L    AU      hail    the  power  of      Jc  -  bos'  Name  !    Let      an  -  gels    pros  -  trate 


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Bring  forth   the     roy  -  el 


A  -   dem, 

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7? G— 

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And    crown  Him, 


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fa 

crowu 

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Ilim   Lord 
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A  -  MEN. 

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2  Crown  Him,  ye  martyrs  of  our  God, 

Who  from  His  altar  call; 
Extol  the  Stem  of  Jesse's  rod, 
And  crowu  Him  Lord  of  all. 

3  Hail  Him,  the  Heir  of  David's  line, 

Whom  David,  Lord  did  calt; 

The  God  incarnate!  Man  divine, 

And  crown  Him  Lord  of  all! 


4  Yo  seed  of  Israel's  chosen  race, 

Ye  ransomed  of  the  full. 
Hail  Him  who  saves  you  by  His  grace. 
And  crown  Him  Lord  of  all. 

5  Sinners,  whose  love  can  ne'er  forget 

The  wormwood  and  the  gall. 
Go,  spread  your  trophies  at  His  feet, 
And  crown  Him  Lord  of  all. 


424 


6  Let  every  kindred,  every  tribe, 
Ou  this  terrestrial  ball. 
To  Him  all  Majesty  ascribe, 

And  crown  Him  Lord  of  all.     Amek. 


Second  Tuke. 


C.  M. 
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1.  All    hail     the   power   of 


Je  -  sus'  Name  !  Let   an  -  gels    pros  -  trate  fall ; 


wim 


"—JT. # 


feE'^lpl^ 


I       •^. 


Bring  forth  the  roy  -  al      di    -    a  -  dem,  And  crown  Him    Lord     of       all, 


^t- 


Bring  forth  the  roy  -  al      di 


I  '        i     ' 

a  -  dem,  And  crown  Him  Lord     of     alL 


Amzn. 


MgfeJ 


4  ^  ^     The  strain  upraise  of  joy  and  praise. 

^1  ^_y  "  All  Tkg  voria praise  Tket,  0  Lord." 


P.  M. 


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nndpraiac,  Allc-  |  luia! 


h  .      .  •  sing,  I!  i4fle-  |  luia !  I|  ^Ae-  |  luia! 

Aiui  the  choxri  that  |  ciwtil  on  high,  « 

Shall  rc-<cAo  |  through  the  bky,  ||  ^/le-  |  luia !  ||  A^^  \  luia ! 


They  in  the  resi  of 
The'blessed  o'    -  " 
The  planets  i 
The  shiuiiig  ^ 


Paradise  who  dwell, 

'^'    oy  the  I  chorus  swell,  ||  -Afle-  |  luia!  1|  AUt-  \  luia! 

their  |  heavenly  way. 

<i&,    join  and  suy,  ||  Aile-  |  luia  !  |!  AH^  \  luia  1 


Ye  clouds  that  onward  Fweep, 

Ye  \c\nds  on  j  pinions  light, 
Ye  thunders,  echoinK  lo«d  and  deep, 

Ye  lighLrji/j^,",     ^\ildly  bright, 
In  sxctd  con-  |  sent  unite  ||  y<Mr  Alle-  |  luia ! 

Y'e  floods  nnd  ocf :  : 

Ye  norma  and  !  a', 

Ye  days  of  cloudl*.    •  .-, 

Yimx  front  and  j  summer  glow: 
Ye  groves  that  wave  in  ppring, 
And  ^iorious  |  forests,  sing,  ||  ^flo-  |  luia ! 


I  luia!  li^ne-lluia! 


First  lot  (he  birds,  with  po»n/ed  |  pluin~ 

Exalt  their  great  Crea/or'a  |  praise,  ar.; 

Then  let  the  bcast.s  oi  earth,  with  |  var.N.,;     :   .u. 

Join  in  creation's  hymn  and  |  cry  again,  (  -4a©-  |  luia  !  ||  -Afle-  |  luia! 

Here  let  the  i  >  thunder /orf A  ro-  '  norons,  |  ^He-  |  luia  ! 

There  let  tht  ig  in  rjtniXcx  \  chorus,  ||  ,4/le-  |  luia ! 

Thou  jubilant  \v  ,.^  ii  ;  ocean,  cr>',  ||  ^Ae-  |  luia! 
Yo  tracts  of  earth  and  oonti-  |  nenta,  reply  ||  ^fle-  1  luia  ! 

To  God,  who  all  cro-  |  ation  made. 

The  frequent  hfjmn  be  |  duly  paid:  |  A^9^\  luia  !  H  ^flo-  I  luia  ! 

This  is  the  strain,  the  eternal  ntrain.  tl      '  •  '  "  ^  *"' 

This  is  the  song. the  heavenly  sonp.  th:  ; 

"Wherefore  we  bing,  both  heart  and  r«..    ..       ....... .^.      -    ^ 

And  children's  voices  echo,  an*ircr  |  making,  ||  A£i^  \  luia  I 

Now  from  all  men  \  be  outpoured 
Allelnia  I  to  the  Lord:— 
AVitli  AlKhuVi 

The  Son  and  S  lore. 

Traise  be  domt  ;    ;..       ILne  in  One, 
^e- 1  luia!  ||  .4^0-  |  luia!  ||  JAe- 


*ne-  I  luia! 
lAe-  I  luia! 


luia!  II     Ambt. 


426. 


When  all  Thy  mercies,  O  my  God. 


'  My  cup  runneUi  over." 


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And  after  death,  in  distant  worlds, 

The  glorious  theme  renew. 
"When  natnre  fails,  and  day  and  night 

Divide  Thy  works  no  more, 
My  ever  grateful  heart,  O  Lord. 

Thy  mercy  shall  adore. 
Through  all  eternity,  to  Theo 

A  joyful  song  I'll  raise; 
But  oh!  etemity'3  too  short 

To  utter  all  Thy  praise.     AiiEN. 


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2  O  how  shall  words  with  equal  warmth 

The  gratitude    declare 
That  glows  within  my  ravish'd  heart  ? 
Bat  Thou  canst  read  it  there. 

3  Ten  thousand  thousand  precious  gifts 

My  daily  thanks  employ; 
Nor  is  the  least  a  cheerful  heart. 
That  tastes  those  gifts  with  J03'. 

4  Through  every  period  of  my  life 

Thy  goodness  I'll  pursue ; 


427 


W^ith  glory  clad,  with  strength  arrayed. 


The  Lord  is  King. ' ' 


L.  M. 


1.  "With  glo  -  ry  clad,  with  strength  array'd.  The  Lord  that  o'er  all     na-  ture  reigns, 


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2  How  surely  stablish'd  is  Thy  throne! 

Which  shall  no  change  or  period  see; 
For  Thou,  O  Lord,  and  Thou  alone, 
Art  Grod  from  all  eternity. 

3  The  floods,  O  Lord,  lift  up  their  voice. 

And  toss  the  troubled  waves  on  high ; 


But  God  above  can  still  their  noise. 
And  make  the  angry  sea  comply. 
4  Thy  promise.  Lord,  is  ever  sure, 

And    they   that  in  Thy  house  would 
That  happy  station  to  secure,  [dwell. 

Must  stiil  in  holiness  excel.     Amex. 


428. 


Come,  Thou  Almighty  king. 

"  Uoly,  Holy,  JIuly." 


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Gird  on  Thy  mighty  sword; 

Our  prayer  attend; 
Come,  and  Thy  people  bless; 
Come,  give  Thy  word  success; 
Spirit  of  holiness, 

On  us  descend ! 


3  Come,  holy  Comforter, 
Thy  sacred  witness  bear. 

In  this  glad  hour: 
Thou,  who  almighty  art. 
Now  rule  in  every  heart. 
And  ne'er  from  us  depart, 

Spirit  of  power. 


4  To  Thoc,  great  One  in  Throe; 

The  hiphest  pmiKes  be, 

II once  evermore; 
Thy  sovereign  mnjcsty 
May  we  in  glory  see. 
And  to  eternity 

Love  and  adore.     Amtn. 


429 


Awake,  my  soul,  to  joyful  lays 

"Praise  the  Lord,  O  my  soul." 
FinsT  TuNK. 


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Yet  loved  me,  notwithstanding  all; 
He  saved  me  from  my  lost  estate; 
His  loving-kindness,  O  how  great ! 

3  Though  numerous  hosts  of  mighty  foes, 
Though  earth  and  hell  my  way  oppose. 
He  safely  leads  my  soul  along; 
His  lo\ing-kindness,  O  how  strong! 

6  Soon  shall  I  pass  the  gloomy  vale, 
,  Soon  all  my  mortal  powers  must  fail; 

2^  0  may  my  last  expiring  breath 

~  -  His  loving-kindness  sing  in  death!    Amen*. 


4  When  trouble,  like  a  gloomy  cloud, 
Has  gather'd  thick,  and  thunder'd  loud, 
He  near  my  soul  has  always  stood; 
His  loving-kindness,  O  how  good! 

5  Often  I  feel  my  sinful  heart 
Prone  from  my  Saviour  to  depart. 
But  though  I  oft  have  Him  forgot, 
His  loving-kindness  changes  not. 


429, 


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"  And  anntn  tUr<i  mitl.  AU'lui't." 


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True  JeruBalcm  and  frc-c; 

Alleluia  joj-ftil  moUier, 
All  thy  children  sing  with  thoe; 

But  by  rJrtbylou's  sad  waters 
Mouruiug  cxileii  now  arc  we. 


3  AllcluLi  cannot  always 

l>e  our  song  while  here  below; 
Alleluia  our  transgressions 

Make  ns  for  a  while  forego: 
For  tbo  solemn  time  is  coming 
>\*bcn  our  tears  for  sin  must  flow. 


5  Therefore  in  our  hymns  we  pray  Thee, 

Grant  ns,  blepsi»d  Trinity, 
At  the  last  to  keep  Thine  Easter 

In  our  homo  beyond  the  sky; 
There  to  Thee  forever  singing 

Alleluia  joyfully.     Amsh. 


43 


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Round  the  Lord  in  glory  seated. 

"  One  cried  unto  another,  and  said,  Holy,  holy,  hohj." 


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2  Heaven  is  still  with  glory  ringing, 

Earth  tnkes  up  the  angels'  ciy, 
"Holy,  holy,  holy,"  singing, 

"  Lord  of  hosts,  the  Lord  most  High.' 
With  His  seraph  train  before  Him, 

With  His  holy  Chnrch  below, 

Thus  conspire  we  to  adore  Him, 

Bid  we  thus  our  anthem  flow: 


*'  Lord,  Thy  glory  fills  the  heaven, 

Earth  is  with  Thy  fulness  stored; 
Unto  Thee  be  glorj-  given. 

Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord. " 
Thus  The  glorious  Name  confessing, 

We  adopt  The  angels'  cry, 
'Holy,  holy,  holy,"  blessing 

Thee,  the  Lord  of  hosts  most  High. 

Amek. 


432. 


Sing  Alleluia  forth  in  duteous  praise. 


And  a'l  k-r  ttrtftt  ikoM  #<Jy,  AUf'.uia." 
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An  endless  Alleluia. 

3  The  holy  city  shall  take  up  your  strain. 
And   with  glad  songs  resounding  wake 

again 

An  endless  Allcloia. 

4  In  blissful  antiphons  ye  thus  rejoice 
To  render  to  the  Lord  with  thj\ukful  voice   ® 

An  endless  Alleluia.         j 

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The  strains  which  t<;ll  the  honour  of  your 
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An  endless  .Ulelnia. 

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back. 
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shall  lack. 

An  endless  Alleluia. 

^\*hile  Thee,  by  WTiom  were  all  things 

made,  we  praise 
For  ever,  and  tell  oat  in  sweetest  lays 
An  endless  Alleluia. 

Alraighly  Christ,  to  Thee  our  Toioes  sing 
Gloiy  for  evermore;  to  Thee  we  bring 
An  endless  Aliftlnia.    Aim. 


433 


Angel  bands,  in  strains  sweet  sounding. 

"  of  llim  and  through  Ilim  and  to  Him  are  all  Vdngs:  to  J»7<ow  be 
glory  for  tver.     Amen." 


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2  Radiant  orb  of  day,  adore  Him, 

Praise  Him,  thou  who  ml'st  the  night; 
Heaven  of  heavens,  O  bow  before  Him, 
Laud  Him,  all  ye  worlds  of  light. 

3  Praise  Him,  wild  and  restless  ocean. 

Praise  Him,  monsters  of  thodeep; 
Praise  Him  in  your  mde  commotion, 
Storms  that  at  His  mandate  sweep. 

4  Hills  and  mountains,  heavenward  tower- 

Fires  that  in  their  bosom  glow;       [ing. 
Clouds  around  their  cliffs  dark  lowering, 
Torrents  do^\'n  their  steeps  that  flow; 


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Verdant  fields  and  valleys  blooming, 

Insect  myriads,  own  His  care; 
Wild  beasts  through  the  forests  roaming, 

"Warbling  tenants  of  the  air. 
Kings  and  rulers,  shout  His  gloiy, 

People,  join  the  loud  acclaim. 
Maidens,  youth,  and  fathers  hoary 

Infants,  lisp  His  holy  Name. 
Every  kindred,  tongue,  and  nation. 

Him  who  gave  you  life  adore; 
Earth  and  heaven,  and  all  creation. 

Praise  His  Name  for  evermore.     Amen. 


433 


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434 


3clf-<Cou!SCfration. 
Jesus,  my  strength,  my  hope. 

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2  Give  me  a  Rober  mind, 
A  self-reiiouncinj,'  will, 

That  tmiuplcs  down  and  casta  behind 

The  baits  ot  |>kasin^'  ill: 

A  soul  iiiur<'<l  to  pain. 

To  harcbihip,  prief.  »ind  loss, 
K  ady  to  take  up  and  sustain 

The  consecrated  Cross.  I 

3  Give  me  a  go<lly  fear, 

A  (piick,  di  coming  eye,  \ 
That  looks  to  Thee  when  sin  ia  near,      i 

And  soes  the  tempter  fly; 

A  spirit  still  prepare<l.  j 

And  arm'd  wjt!         '    ■    rare,  | 

For  over  standi i:  ard,  . 

SwX  wutrliinv  r.  • 


I  I 

4  Give  mo  a  true  regard, 
A  single,  st^acly  aim, 

Unmov.'d  by  threat<  iiing  or  reward. 

To  Tue<'  and  Thy  ^-rt^t  Name; 

(iive  me  a  hear  to  pray. 

To  pray  and  never  cc;u>o, 
Never  to  murmur  at  Thy  stay, 

Or  wish  my  sufferings  lesa. 

5  I  rest  ujwn  Thy  word. 
The  prom  is    is  for  me; 

My  succour  and  salvation.  Lord, 

Shall  surely  come  from  Thee; 

llut  let  me  still  abide. 

Nor  from  t  ■   '  -  ---   rp. 

Till  Thou  II  -ruida 

Into  Thv  :  \Mrx. 


435 


3clf:=  (Consecration. 

O  for  a  closer  walk  with  God. 

"Enoch  walked  uhth  God." 


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clos  -  er     walk  with   God, 


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calm   and   heav'nly     frame; 

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A     light    to  shine  uj)  -  on     the  road  That  leads  me     to     the  Lamb.  A -men. 


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2  Eetum,  O  holy  Dove,  return, 

Sweet  messenger  of  rest; 
I  hate  the  sins  that  made  Thee  mourn 
And  drove  Thee  from  my  breast. 

3  The  dearest  idol  I  have  known, 

'WTiate'er  that  idol  be. 


Help  me  to  tear  it  from  Thy  throne. 
And  woi-ship  only  Thee. 
4  So  shall  my  walk  be  close  with  God, 
Calm  and  serene  my  frame; 
So  purer  light  shall  mark  the  road 
That  leads  me  to  the  Lamb.     Amex. 


STrust. 

Who  place  on  Sion's  God  their  trust. 

•'•  They  that  put  their  trust  in  the  Lord  shall  be  even  as  the  Mount  Sion,  which 
may  not  be  removed,  but  standeth  fast  for  ever." 


C.  M. 


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1.  "Who  place  on      Si  -  on's  God  their  trust,    Like      Si  -  on's  rock  shall  stand 

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Like  her    im  -  mov  -  a  -  bio     be    fixed 

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By    His   Al-might-y    Hand.    A-mex 


_ L^ 1 J j__L, ^ !_, L|  I Li L.j U 


2  Look  how  the  hilLs  on  every  side 
Jerusalem  enclose; 
So  stands  the  Lord  aro\ind  His  saints, 
To  guard  them  from  their  foes.    Amen. 


CtUFjit. 


43 


^      \()  change  of  time  shall  ever  shock. 

/    *  '•  J  ufiU  lofte  TJue,  O  Lord,  mp  Hrmgtk." 


L.M. 


Hv,     , 


'7? 


1.  No  chaiigo  of  time  slmll  cv  -  er  nbock    My   firm     af-foc-iion,  Lurd,  to  Thee  ; 


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For  Thou  hast  ulwuys  been  my  liock 


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A     fortrci*  and  defcueo  to    inc. 


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2  Thou  my  deliverer  art,  mv  God; 
My  trust  is  in  Thy  iiiiglity  jiower; 
Thou  urt  my  shii Kl  from  lots  abroad. 
At  homo  my  safcgmird  and  my  tower. 


3  To  Thee  I  will  addr- 


ver. 


To  whom  all  praise  we  justly  owe; 
So  shall  I,  by  Thy  watchful  cjire, 
Bo  guarded  safe  from  every  foe.    Amen. 


438- 


Tlic  Lord  Himself,  the  mighty  Lord. 

"  Tlu  Lord  is  my  tlirpherd;  UiCTfJore  can  I  lack  nothing." 

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1.   The  Lord  Ilim-self,  the  might -y   Lord,    Vouchsafes  to     be     my  Guide; 

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Tlio    Shrphfrd,  by  whoso  conKt-int  care    My  wants  are  all    sup-plied. 

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2  In  tendcT  prftw*  Ho  makes  mo  feed. 

And  ^j<'ntly  then*  re|y>Re: 
Tlieti  leiuls  111"  to  cool  shades,  and  where 
llcfreshiii^'  wutor  flows, 

3  He  does  my  wandorinc  soul  reclaim, 

Anti  to  ilis  *  ■  "        :  -lise. 
Instruct  with  \.  A  to  walk 

lu  Ilia  moht  i.   '  wiv-;. 


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4  I  pass  the  gloomy  vole  of  death. 
From  fear  and  tlauper  free; 
For  there  His  aidin^j  rod  and  staff 
Defend  eud  comfort  me. 
G  Since  CkhI  doth  thus  His  wondrous  love 
Through  all  my  life  extend. 
That  life  to  Him'l  will  devote, 
And  ill  His  tn.:  lie  SIX  nd.     Aiten. 


439 


My  soul,  for  help  on  God  rely 

"  My  Sdttl  trull/  waitrth  tlill  upon  God." 


I-.  M. 


^^SEr-^' 


1.  My  soul,  for  help  ou  God    ro  -  ly,  On  Him  a  -  loue  thy   tnist  ro  -  pose  ; 


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2  God  does  His  saving  health  dispense, 
And  flowmg  blessings  daily  send; 
He  is  my  fortress  and  defence, 
On  Him  my  soul  shall  still  depend. 


3  In  Him,  yc  people,  always  trust; 

Before  llis  throne  pouf  out  your  hearts; 
For  God,  the  merciful  and  just. 

His  timely  aid  to  us  impart«.     Asten. 


Father,  whate'er  of  earthly  bliss. 

"  The  Lord  shall  give  Ills  people  the  blessing  of  peace." 


C.  M. 


440. 

1.  Fa-thcr,  what-e'er  of     earth-ly      bliss     Tl 

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1.  Fa-thcr,  what-e'er  of     earth-ly      bliss     Thy   sovereign  will    do  -  nies, 


Ac  -  ccpt-ed  at     Thy  throne  of  grace    Let  this    pe  -  ti  -  tion  rise.       A  -  men. 


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42. 


I 

2  Give  me  a  calm  and  thankful  heart, 
From  every  murmur  free; 
The  blessings  of  Thy  grace  impart, 
And  let  me  live  to  Thee. 


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3  Let  the  sweet  hope  that  Thou  art  mine 
My  path  of  life  attend: 
Thy'presence  through  my  journey  shine, 
And  crown  my  journey's  end.     Amen. 


4-^ 


y    \\'hik'  Thcc  I  seek,  protecting  Power. 


Jfy  peact  /  givt  unto  you," 

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And  may  this  con  -  so  -  cm  -  ted  hour  With  bet  -  ter  hopes  be  filled. 

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2  Thy  love  the  power  of  thought  bestowed, 

To  Thee  my  thoughts  would  sotir: 
Thy  mercy  o'er  my  life  has  flowed, 
That  mercy  I  adore. 

3  In  each  event  of  life,  how  clear 

Thy  ruling  hand  I  see: 
£ach  blessing  to  my  soul  more  dear, 
Because  couierred  by  Thee. 


— I — I — ■ — —  <^    -^         — ' — 


4  In  every  joy  that  crowns  my  days, 

In  every  pnin  I  l)eftr, 
My  heart  shall  find  delight  in  praise. 
Or  seek  rcliet  in  prayer. 

5  "VMion  gladness  wings  my  favoured  hour, 

Thy  love  my  thoughts  shall  fill; 
Resigned  when  storms  of  sorrow  lower, 
My  soul  bhull  meet  Thy  wilL 


441 


C  My  lifted  eye,  without  a  tear, 
The  gathering  storm  shall  see; 
My  stcadluiit  heart  shall  know  no  fear, 
That  heart  will  rest  on  Thte.     Aiua*. 


Secoxd  Tuxb. 


M. 


1.  While  Thee  I    seek,  pro  -  tect  -  ing  Pow'r,  Be 

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And  may  this  con  -  s«  -  era  •  ted  hour  With  bet  -  ter  hopes  be  filled.    A  -  ur.s. 


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442 


JTrust. 

Although  the  vine  its  fruit  deny. 

"  /  will  r^oice  in  the  Lord," 


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2  Thouirli  fields,  in  verdure  once  array'd, 
By  whirlwinds  desolate  be  laid. 

Or  parch'd  by  scorching  beam; 
Still  in  the  Lord  shall  be  my  trust. 
My  joy;  for,  though  His  frown  is  just. 
His  mercy  is  supreme. 


I 

3  Though  from  the  folds  the  flock  decay. 
Though  herds  lie  lamish'd  o'er  the  lea. 

And  round  the  empty  stall; 
My  soul  above  the  wreck  shall  rise, 
Its  better  jovs  are  in  the  skies; 
There  God  is  aU  in  all. 


4  In  God  my  strength,  howe'er  distrest, 
I  yet  will  hope,  aud  calmly  rest. 

Nay,  triumph  in  His  We: 
My  lingerinc:  soul,  my  tardy  feet. 
Free  as  the  hind  He  makes,  and  fleet, 

To  speed  my  course  above.     A>tt^. 


443- 


Crust. 

In  the  hour  of  trial. 


*'/  hate  praytd  for  tkee,  UuU  CAy  faitk  fail  not." 


6f.5s.D. 


I 


-or    "V       •*•-•»-■♦-   I 


1.  In   the  hoar  of  tri  -  al,       Je-sus,  plea<l  for  me  ;    Lest  by  bue  de  -  ni    -  iJ 


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I     de  -  part  from  Thee  ;  A\lien  Thou  see'st  mo  wav-er,      'NVith  a    look  re  •  call. 


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2  With  forbidden  ploasuro« 

"Would  this  vain  -world  charm; 
Or  its  sordid  treasnrcH 

Spread  to  work  mo  hann ; 
Bring  to  my  remembrauco 

Sad  Gethsemano, 
Or,  in  darker  semblance, 

Cross-crown'd  Calvary. 


3  Shonld  Thy  mercy  send  me 

Sorrow,  toil,  and  woe; 
Or  Bhould  pain  attend  me 

On  my  path  bilow; 
Grant  that  I  may  never 

Fail  Thy  hand  to  see; 
Grant  that  I  may  ever 

Cast  my  care  on  Thee. 


4  AMion  my  last  hour  cometh, 

Frnupht  with  striCc  and  jmin, 
"When  my  dust  retumcth 

To  the  dust  again ; 
On  Thy  truth  rcljnng, 

Through  that  mortal  btrife, 
JesUR,  take  me,  dying. 

To  eternal  life.     Amtm. 


^^..... /f'^^ 


CTrust. 


444 


Is  there  a  lone  and  drearv  hour. 

"  My  meditation  of  Ilim  shall  br  noeet." 

1 


L.  M. 


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1.  Is  there  a    lono  and  drear -y  hour,  "WTien  worldly  pleasures  lose  their  power  ? 

^      ^     JSL  4L      JL      ±.    .(Z-      M-      42. 


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My  Father,  let   mo   turn  to  Thee,  And  set  each  thought  of  darkness  free.  A-men. 


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2  Is  there  an  hour  of  peace  and  joy, 
When  hope  is  all  mj'  soul's  employ  ? 
MySaN^our!  Rtill  my  hopes  will  roam, 
Until  they  rest  with  Thee,  their  home. 

3  Is  there  a  time  of  racking  grief, 
'Which  scorns  the  prospect  of  relief? 


O  Spirit !  hr  ak  the  cheerless  gloom, 
And  bid  my  heart  its  calm  resume. 
4  The  noontide  blaze,  the  midnight  scene, 
The  dawn,  or  twilight's  sweet  serene, 
The  glow  of  life,  the  dying  hour. 
Shall  own,  O  God!  Thy  grace  and  power. 

Aiizx. 


445 


'Tis  my  happiness  below 

"  The  Lord  is  my  portion,  sailh  my  soul." 


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Not     to     live   with  -  out    the   Cross  ; 


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2  Trials  must  and  will  befall; 

But  with  humble  faith  to  sec 
Love  inscribed  upon  them  all- 
This  is  happiness  to  me. 

3  Did  I  meet  no  trials  here. 

No  chastisement  bv  the  wav, 


I     Might  I  not  with  rea.son  fear 
I         I  should  be  a  castaway  ? 
,  -1  Trials  make  the  promise  sweet; 
I  Trials  give  new  life  to  prayer; 

Bring  me  to  my  Saviour's  feet. 
1         Lay  me  low  and  keep  me  there.    Amen. 


446 


1/ 


Crust. 

God  of  my  life,  to  Thcc  I  call. 

/  crifd  unto   (i<xl  k-i/A  my  roice,  and  Ilr  patv  ear  unto  mu. 

Ftan  Tcyc 


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When  the  great  wa  -  ter-floods  pre-rail.  Leave  not  my  trembling  heart  to  faO.  A-xev. 

I  !  II 


2  Friend  of  tho  frii'ndlo&s  and  the  fuint, 
Where  should  I  lodpjo  my  deepcoiuplaint?- 
^^^lere  but  with  Thee,  whoso  open  door 
Invites  tho  helpless  and  the  poor  ? 

3  Did  ever  mourner  plead  with  Thee, 
And  Thou  refuse  that  mourner's  plea  ? 
Boas  not  the  word  ntill  fix'd  remain  ? 
That  none  Bholl  seek  Thy  lacu  in  Tain  ? 


4  Thnt  wrre  a  pTi<^f  I  conld  r-*  '^^ 
Didst  Thou  not  hear  uud  a 
But  a  prayer-hearing,  anh-. 
Supports  me  under  every  load. 


r.,1      fr.T-f.r.f 


446. 


5  Poor  though  I  am,  d*  •-' 
Yet  God,  my  God,  f 
And  he  is  safe,  and  n. 
For  whom  the  Lord  vuuchaaica  to  pleiid. 

ABfW». 


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A  4  FH    Rise,  my  soul,  and  stretch  thy  wings. 

^y"^!"   /    *  "  Our  convt-rsation  is  in  heawn."  ys.DS.D. 


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2  Cease,  my  soul,  O  cease  to  mourn, 

Press  onward  to  the  prize ; 
Soon  thy  Saviour  will  return, 

To  take  Thee  to  the  skies: 
There  is  everlasting  peace, 

Eest,  enduring  rest,  in  heaven; 
There  will  sorrow  ever  cease. 

And  crowns  of  joy  be  given.     Amen. 


448 


Thy  presence,  Lord,  hath  mc  suppHcd. 

"  It  it  ffood/ur  mr  to  put  «y  Inut  in  the  Lord  God."  L.   NI. 


1.  Thy  presence^ Lord,  batli  me  Bupplied»  Thou  my  right  hand  i>upport  dost  give; 


Thou  first  BLalt  with  Thy  counsel  guide,  And  then  to  glory  mo    rc-ceive.  A  - 


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2  ^^^lom  Uien  in  heaven,  but  Thee  alone, 

Have  I,  whosd  tiivoiir  I  require? 
Throuf,'hout  the  spacious  ei\rth  there's  none. 
Compared  with  Thee,  that  I  desire. 

3  Mv  trembling  fle.«»h  and  aching  heart 

May  often  fail  to  succour  nie; 
But  Ck)d  hhall  iuward  strength  impart. 
And  my  eternal  portion  be.     Amzk. 

Second  Tcne. 


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Children  of  the  heavenly  King. 

"  If  any  man  serve  Me,  let  him  foUow  Me." 
FinsT  Tune. 


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1.  Cbil-drcu    of     tlio   heavenly     King,     As     wo    jour -nay,  swcot-ly      sing; 


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Sing  your  Sav-iour's  worth-y  praise,  Glo-rioiiR  in     His  works  and  ways.    A- 


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2  "We  ftre  travelling  home  to  God, 
In  the  way  the  Withers  trod: 
They  are  happy  now,  and  we 
Soon  their  happiness  shall  see. 

4  Lord,  obediently  we  go, 
Gladly  leaving  all  below; 
Only  Thou  our  leader  be, 
And  we  still  v>-ill  follow  Thee 


3  Banish'd  once,  by  sin  betray'd, 
Christ  our  Advocate  was  made; 
Pardon'd  now,  no  more  we  roam, 
Christ  conducts  us  to  our  home. 


Amen. 


449 


Sf.cond  TrNE. 


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Sing  your  Sav-iour's  worth-y  praise,  Glo-rious   in      His  works  and  ,vuys.   A-me>-. 


-A  ^r\     As,  when  the  weary  traveller  gains. 

t  ^_y  "  Tkry  drjirt  a  better  eamnirf,  tkal  is,  am  ktamemlf." 

1.  Aa,  \(rhou  the  weary   trave  -  ler  gainn      The  height  of  Home  i-oimiiAud-mj 


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His  heart  re-vives,  if  o'er  the  pUins  lie  sees  Lis  home,  tho'  iliKtant  still;  A 


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2  Thns,  when  the  Christian  pilgrim  views 

By  faith  his  mansion  iu  the  hkies, 
Tho  si^'lit  his  faintinf;  strength  renews. 
And  wings  his  ^peed  to  reach  the  prize. 

3  The  thought  of  home  his  spirit  cheers: 

No  more  he  grieves  lor  troubles  past; 


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Nor  any  fatnre  trial  fears 
So  he  may  safe  arrive  at 
•1  Jesus,  on  Thee  our  hopes  we  slay. 
To  lead  us  on  to  Thme  abode; 
Assured  our  home  will  make  amends 
For  all  our  toil  while  on  the  road.  Amkx. 


ATI    As  pants  the  hart  for  cooling  streams. 

I  vV  ■  •  Like  as  tkf  hart  desirelh  the  xeaUr^trooks,  $o  longetk  my  mnd  after  tkee^  O  Gf»i 


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O    God,    for  Thoc,    And  Thy  re  -  freahiog  grace.  Axkx. 


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Hinaid  tor  the* .    ,.ii.._; 

To  thankful  hymns  of  joy 
4  Gofl  of  ray  strength,  how  long  shall  I, 
Like  ono  forgotten,  mourn. 


Forlorn,  forsaken,  and  exposed 
To  my  oppressor's  scorn  ? 
'i  ^fy  heart  is  pierced,  as  with  n  sword, 

Whilo  thus  my  ftn^s  upbraid: 
"Vain  iKvistcr,  where  is  now  thy  God ? 
And  where  His  promised  aid  Y' 
aose  sighs    I  C  Why  restless,  wliN 
Hope  still;  ar: 
The  pmiso  of  lliiu  »  m.-  i:-  ....^  -i.    • 
Thy  health's  ct4:nml  spring.     Avf.n. 


45^' 


As,  panting  in  the  sultry  beam. 

"Ml/  soul  it  cUhirtt/or  God,  yea,  even/or  the  living  God." 


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1.  As,  paatiflg     iu     tho    sul  -  trj' beam,  Tho  hart  de- sires   the     cool-ing  Ktream, 


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So      to  Thy  presence,  Lord,  I    flee, 

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So  longs  my   soul. 

0    God,  for  Thee  ; 

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A-thirst  to  taste  Thy  liv  -  ing  grace,  And  see  Thy  glo  -  ry   face  to  face.     Amen. 


2  But  rising  griefs  distress  my  soul, 
And  tears  on  tears  successive  roll ; 
For  many  an  idle  voice  is  near 
To  chide  my  woe  and  mock  my  fear; 
And  silent  memory  weeps  alone 
O'er  hours  of  peace  and  gladness  flown. 


3  For  I  have  walk'd  the  happy  round 
That  'circles  Sion's  holy  ground. 
And  gladly  swell'd  the  choral  lays 
That  hymn'd  my  great  Redeemer's  praise, 
"NMiat  time  the  hallow'd  arches  rang 
Responsive  to  the  solemn  song. 


4  Ah,  why,  by  passing  clouds  opprest. 

Should  vexing  thoughts  distract  my  breast  ? 

Turn,  turn  to  Him,  in  every  pain, 

"NMiom  suppliants  never  sought  in  vain; 

Thy  strength,  in  joy's  ecstatic  day, 

Thy  hope,  when  joy  has  pass'd  away.     Amen. 


When  I  can  read  my  title  clear. 

b*  trouhleii.   •■  JVjf  Father'i  \ou$f  art  vic.ny  tuantiont     I  ^ 
to prrpart  a  fioct /or  you." 


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I    bid  fare-well  to    ev  -  ery  fear,   And  wipe  my  weep-ing  cye«. 


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2  Sbonid  earth  against  my  eoul  engage, 
And  fiery  dartd  be  hurl'd. 
Then  I  can  smile  at  Satan's  rage, 
And  face  a  frowning  world. 


3  Let  cares  like  a  wild  deluge  come, 
Aiid  ^orms  of  sorrow  fall. 
May  I  but  safely  reach  my  home, 
My  God,  my  heaven,  my  all. 


453 


4  There  shall  I  bathe  my  weary  soul 
In  seas  of  heavenly  rest. 
And  not  a  wave  of  trouble  roll 
Across  my  peaceful  breast,     Kyasi. 

SscoxD  Trxi. 


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I     bid  fare-well  to     ev  •  ezy  fear,     And  wipe  my  weep-ing    eyes.      A-mec. 


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Eolir. 


A  'r  y]    Lord,  with  glowing  heart  I'd  ])r:iisc  '1  hcc. 

I  %^      I  •'  Ml/  fon<j  shall  U  alway  o/Oie  loving-kinilne$s  of  the  Lord."  8s.  ys.D. 

First  Tune. 

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1.  Lonl,  with  glow-ing  heart  I'd  praise  Thee  For  tho  bliss  Tliy   lovo   bo  -  stows, 


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For    the  pardoning  grace  that  saves  me.   And    the  peace  that  from    it    flows 


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Help,    0     God,  my  weak   en  -  dcavour  ;    This  dull   soul    to     rap  -  turo  raise 


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Thou  must  light  tho  flame,  or    nev  -  er     Can  my  love  be  warmed  to  praise.  Amen. 


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2  Praise,  my  pouI,  tho  God  that  sought  thee, 

"Wretched  wanderer,  far  astray; 
Found  thee  lost,  and  kindly  brought  thee 

From  the  paths  of  death  away; 
Praise,  with  love's  devoutost  feeling, 

Him  who  saw  thy  guilt-bom  fear. 
And,  the  light  of  hope  revealing, 

Bade  the  blood-stain'd  Cross  appei\r. 


3  Lord,  this  boF?om's  rrdent  frehng 

Vainly  would  my  lips  express: 
Low  before  Thy  footstool  kneeling, 

Deign  Thy  suppliant's  pmyer  to  bless: 
Let  Thy  grace,  my  soul's  chief  treasure, 

Love's  pure  flame  within  me  raise; 
And,  since  words  can  never  measure. 

Let  my  life  show  forth  Thy  praise. 

AiEEN. 


ILobr. 


.  -  J    Lord,  with  glowing  heart  I'd  praise  Thcc. 

^XO      I   *  'Ml/ $ong  $kaU  U  alttaf  i^f  Utt  lovimff4cimdtu*$  o/ Ot  Lord." 


Ss.ys.D. 


Rhoomd  Tuvk. 


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1.   Lordf  with  glowing  he-art  I'd  praise  Thee  For    iLo  bliiis  Thy  love   be-stowt| 


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For    the  pardouing  griice  thut  saves  me,     And   the  peace  that  from     it  Aowh  ; 


/n  //armony. 


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Thoa  must  light  tlio  tLimc,  or  nev  - 1  r       Con  my  love  bo  warmed  to  praise.  Ahxx. 


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2  Pmise,  my  bouI,  the  God  that  nought  thee, 

Wrotrhed  waiidorcr,  fur  nstniy: 
Fmiml  tliro  lost,  and  kindly  brought  thee 

From  th*^  )»:iths  of  d«  uth  away; 
PmiMO,  with  liiv«'s  dovotitrst  fooling, 

Him  who  Kftw  thy  gtiilt-born  fear, 
And,  tlio  HkIU  of  1i«»ihj  rovealing. 

Bade  iho  bluod-sttiiu'd  Cross  appear. 


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3  Lord,  this  boAom's  ardent  fooling 

Vuinlv  would  my  lips  express: 
Low  Ik  lore  Tby  footstool  kneeling, 

Doicrti  Thy  suppliant's  pniyer  to  ble«8: 
L»t  Tliv  praoo.  my  soul's  chief  treasure, 

Lnvo^s  pure  flame  within  me  raise; 
And.  since  words  can  never  measure. 

Let  my  life  show  forth  Thy  praise. 


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iLobc. 


Jcsu,  tlic  \cry  thought  of  Thee. 

"  Thil  Cliriit  may  dwell  in  your  /o-arts  hy  failh." 


FllUiT  TUNK. 


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1.  Jo  -  sus,  the    vo  -  ry  thought  of  Thee    "With  sweetness  fills    my    breast 

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2  No  voice  can  sinof,  no  heart  can  frame, 

Nor  can  the  memory  find, 
A  sweeter  sound  than  Jesus'  Name, 
The  Saviour  of  mankind. 

3  O  hope  of  every  contrite  heart, 

0  joy  of  all  the  meek, 
To  those  who  fall,  how  kind  Thou  art! 
How  good  to  those  who  seek  ! 


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4  But  what  to  those  who  find  ?    Ah!  this 

Nor  tongue  nor  pen  can  show; 
The  love  of  Jesus,  what  it  is 
None  but  His  loved  ones  know. 

5  Jesu,  our  only  joy  be  Thou, 

As  Thou  our  prize  wilt  be; 
In  Thee  be  all  our  glory  now. 
And  through  eternity.     Amen. 


455 


Second  Tune. 


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1,  Je  -  sus,  the     vo  -  ry  thought  of  Thee   "NVith  sweet-ness  fills    my  breast; 


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But  sweet-er    far     Thy  face  to     see,     And    in    Thy  presence    rest 

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456. 


ILobc. 
I-ovc  divine,  all  love  excelling. 

"  nu  lot*  o/(Jod  wAidk  iM  in  Christ  Jesus  <mr  Lord." 


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1.  Lovo  di  -  vine,  all  love  ex  -  cell  -  ing,    Joj    of  heaven^  to  earth  come  down ! 


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Fix    iu    us   Thy  hum-ble  dwell-ing.     All   Thy  faith -ful  mer-cies  crown. 


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Thou  art    all    com  -  pas  -  Bion,  Pure,  nn-hoimd-ed    love  Thou  art; 

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us  with  Thy  sal  -  "x-a  -  tion,     £n-ter  ev-erv  trembling  heart.  Axev. 


2  Breathe,  O  brontho  Thy  loving  Spirit 

Into  every  troubled  breast! 
Let  us  till  in  Tlieo  inherit. 

Let  UK  find  Thy  jjromised  rest; 
Take  away  the  love  of  sinning, 

Alpha  nnd  Omofija  be,-- 
End  of  faith,  as  its  beginning. 

Set  our  hearts  at  hbertv. 


3  Come,  Almighty,  to  deliver, 

Let  XLS  all  Thy  grace  receive; 
Suddenly  return,  and  never, 

Never  more  Thy  temples  leave. 
Thee  we  would  l>e  always  blessing; 

Servo  Thee  as  Thy  hosts  above; 
Pmy.  and  praise  Thee  without  ceasing; 

Glorj*  in  Thy  i>erfect  love, 

4  Finish  then  Tliy  new  creation, 

Pure  and  spotless  let  us  be: 
Let  us  s»ee  Thy  great  nah-ation. 

Perfectly  restored  iu  Thee. 
Chantjod  from  glory  into  pl(»r>*. 

Till  in  heaven  we  take  our  plaeo: 
Till  we  cast  our  crowns  before  The^ 

Lost  in  wonder,  love  and  praise.  Axek. 


457 


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ILobc. 

\c  in\'  (iod,  Init  with  no  l()\'c  of  mine. 

•'  /  will  luvi  Thee,  O  Lord  my  strenyth." 


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1.    I     lovo  my     God,     but    ^\'itl^  uo   love  of       mine,    For      I       have 


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I    love  Thee,  Lord,  but   all    the  love  is     Thine,  For 


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by    Thy   life      I        Uve 


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I     am   as  noth-ing,  and   re-joiee  to     be 

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Emptied,  and    lost. 


and   swallow 'd  up     in 


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2  Thou,  Lord,  alone  art  all  Thy  children  need, 

And  there  is  none  beside ; 
From  Thee  the  streams  of  blessedness  proceed, 

In  Thee  the  blest  abide: 
Fountain  of  life  and  all-abounding  grace, 
Our  source,  our  centre,  and  our  dwelling-place.     Amen, 


458. 


Hobc. 
My  Cod,  1  love  Thcc. 


Loc<ii  O^ou 


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God,   I    lore  Thee —  not    be  -  cause     I 

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2  Thou,  O  mj  Jesus,  Thou  didst  me 

Upon  the  Cross  embrace; 
For  me  didst  beiir  the  miils  and  spear, 
And  manifold  di^^jrace, 

3  And  griefs  and  torments  numberless, 

And  sweat  of  agony, 
Yea,  death  itself;  and  all  for  mo 
Who  was  Thiue  enemy. 

4  Then  why,  O  blesst^d  Jesu  Christ, 

Should*  I  not  love  Thee  well  ? 


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Not  for  the  hope  of  winning  hearen. 
Nor  of  escaping  hell; 

5  Not  with  the  hope  of  gaining  anght; 

Nor  seeking  a  reward; 
But  as  Thyself  hast  loved  me, 
O  ever-loving  Lord  ! 

6  So  would  I  love  Thee,  dearest  Lord, 

And  in  Thy  pniise  will  sing; 
Solely  because  Thou  art  my  God, 
And  my  eternal  King,     Amzx. 


459 


Thou,  whom  mv  soul  admires  above. 

'•  ily  toul  fUlovcttX  kard  aJUr  Tket." 


L.  M. 


1.  Thou,  whom  my  soul  admires  above    All  earth-ly    joy  and  earthly    Ic 


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Tell  me,  dear  Shepherd,  let  me  know,  "VSTiere  do  Thy  sweetest  pastures  grow?  A-xkx. 


7   fa   fa—fr. 


2  \Miere  is  the  shadow  of  that  rock 
That  from  the  snn  defends  Thy  flock? 
Fain  would  I  feed  among  Thy  sheep. 
Among  them  reit,  among  them  sleep. 


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3  TMiy  should  Thy  Bride  appear  like  on« 
That  turns  aside  to  paths  unknown  ? 
My  constant  feet  would  norer  rove, 
Would  never  seek  another  love,  Kyns. 


Hobc. 


46 


My  God,  how  wonderful  Thou  art ! 

f    )  "  Thus  saith  thf  high  and  lofty  Onr  thai  inhabiUth  eternity,  }%'hote  \ame.  is 

^-^  *  Ifoly:  I  dwfll  in  the  high  and  holy  place,  with  him  alto  that  it  of  a  contrite  and 


humble  spirit. 


C.  M. 


First  Tune, 


1.  My    God,  bow  won-der  -  ful  Thou  art,      Thy    ma  -  jes 


ty     bow  bright, 

ry      r     -^  — r  p^- — ^ ♦- 


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How  beau-ti  -  ful   Tliy  mer-cy-seat,     In  depths  of   bum-ing   light!     A -men. 


2  How  dread  are  Thine  eternal  years, 

O  cverlastintj  Lord; 
By  prostrate  spirits  day  and  night 
Incessantly  adored! 

3  How  wonderful,  how  beautiful, 

The  sight  of  Thee  must  be, 
Thine  endless  wisdom,  boundless  power, 
And  awful  purity ! 


4  0  how  I  fear  Thee,  living  God, 

With  deepest,  tenderest  fears. 
And  worship  Thee  with  trembling  hope, 
And  penitential  tears ! 

5  Yet  I  may  love  Thee  too,  O  Lord, 

Almighty  as  Thou  art. 
For  Thou  hast  stooped  to  ask  of  me 
The  love  of  my  poor  heart.     Amen. 


-ST         j  TI-  I 

1.  My     God,  how    won-der-ful     Thou   art, 


Thy    ma  -  jes  -  ty 


How  beau-ti 

j2 


ful  Thy  mer-cy  -  seat,     la  depths  of  bum-ing    light!   A -men. 


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Hobf. 
Af\r   Thee  will  i  love,  my  strength,  my  tower. 

I  I  Mxlltur*  Tkee,  O  Lordmy  ttrtufftk," 


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love,       my    Ktrengtli.  mv    tower.      Thee       will 


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love,     my     joy,      my  crown ;  Thee  will       I 

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[shiiie<l:  '3  Uphold  me  in  the  donbtful  race. 

Nor  puffer  nic  np\in  to  t^tray; 


2  I  thank  Thee,  uncreated  San, 

That  Thy  bripht   beams   on    ino  have 

I  thuuk  Thee,  who  ha«t  overthrown             1  Strenpthen  my  feet,  with  steady  pAOe 

My  for«.  nnd  healed  my  wounde<l  mind; '  Still  to  press  forward  in  Thy  way; 

I  tliaiik  Thee,  whoso  enlivening;  voice  That  all  my  |X)wci-a,  with  all  their  might. 

Bids  my  freed  heart  in  Thee  rejoice.  In  Thy  stilo  glorj*  may  unite. 

4  Theo  will  I  love,  my  joy.  my  crown ; 

Thee  will  I  love,  my  Lord',  my  God! 
Tliee  will  1  l<>v*^.  lw«n<^th  Thy  frown 

Or  Fmile,  Tl  -n  Tliy  rod; 

^Vhat  thoujrh  :  '  d  heart  decay? 

Thee  shall  I  lus^  im  .  ..hUks  dav.     Amtn. 


46 


Jon. 

O  Come,  we  that  love  the  Lord. 

"Serve  Uit  Lord  wiUt  gladness:  come  before  His  presence  wilh  Uianksgiving." 


S.  M. 
t 


1.  Come,  wo  that    lovo     tlio       Lord, 


And     let    our    joys      be     known ; 


ig^e^i^ii^^ig=^^ 


I        I      I 
Let  tbose  refuse  to  sing 

That  never  knew  our  God, 
But  children  of  the  heavenly  King 

May  speak  their  joys  abroad. 
The  God  of  heaven  is  ours, 

Our  Father  and  our  love ; 
lie  shall  send  down  His  heavenly  powers 

To  carry  us  above. 
There  shall  we  see  His  face, 

And  never,  never  sin; 
There,  from  the  rivers  of  His  grace, 

Drink  endless  pleasures  in. 

Awake,  and 


I  1 

Children  of  grace  have  found 

Glory  begun  below: 
Celestial  fruits  on  earthly  ground 

From  faith  and  hope  may  grow. 
The  hill  of  Sion  yields 

A  thousand  sacred  sweets. 
Before  we  reach  the  heavenly  fields, 

Or  walk  the  golden  streets. 
Then  let  our  songs  abound, 

And  every  tear  be  dry ;  [ground 

"We're     marching    through     Emmanuel's 

To  fairer  worlds  on  high.     AiiE>'. 


463 


Sing 


the 


song. 


They  sing  Vie  song  of  Hoses  the  servant  of  God,  and  the  song  of  the  Lamb. 


S.  M. 


"NVake,  ev  -  cry  heart  and  ev  -  cry  tongue,  To  praise  the    Sav-iour's  Name.   A  -  men. 


2  Sing  of  His  dying  love; 

Sing  of  His  rising  power; 
Sing  how  He  intercedes  above 
For  those  whose  sins  He  bore. 

3  Sing  on  your  heavenly  way, 

Yc  ransom'd  sinners,  sing; 


Sing  on,  rejoicing  every  day 
Li  Christ  the  eternal  Bang. 
4  Soon  Fhall  ye  hear  Him  say, 
"Ye  bleps-d  children,  come!" 
Soon  will  He  call  you  hence  away, 
And  take  His  v.'anderers  home.     Allien. 


The  King  of  love  my  Shepherd  is. 


The  Lord  u  My  Hhepherd.' 


P.M. 


i=rt 


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I 

1.  The  King  of    love   my   Shepherd  is,  ^^llOM  goodness  iail-eth    ner  -  er ; 

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I     r  ^  _  ^  I 

nothing  lack    if      I     am  His,    And   Ho    is  mine  for    ev  -  e 


Amzx. 


^ 

2  Where  streams  of  livini?  water  flow 

My  niasora'd  8oul  Ho  leudetli, 
And.  where  the  verdant  paKtures  grow, 
With  food  celestial  feeucth. 

3  Perverse  and  foolish,  oft  I  stray'd, 

But  yet  iu  love  He  soutrht  mo, 
And  on  HLs  shoulder  gently  laid, 
And  home,  rejoicing,  brought  me. 


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4  In  death'R  dark  vale  I  fear  no  ill 

With  The<*,  dear  Lord,  beside  nic; 
Thy  rod  and  Btafl"  my  comfort  Htill, 
Thy  Cross  before  to  guide  me. 

5  Thou  spread-st  a  table  in  my  sight. 

Thy  unction  grace  bestoweth, 
And  b  the  transport  of  delight 
With  which  my  cup  o'crflowcth 


464. 


G  And  so,  through  all  the  length  of  dajs, 
Thy  goodness  faileth  nevt-r; 
Goo<l  Shepherd,  may  I  sing  Thy  praise 
Within  Thv  house  foruverl    Amkx. 


Secost)  Tnnt. 


P.M. 


J L 


1.  The  King  of    love    my   Shepherd    is,  Whose  goodness  £ail-cth    nev  -  er ; 


A^—^^ — a^ — . 


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?i)umiliti). 
Quiet,  Lord,  my  froward  heart. 

"  My  peace  1  give  unto  you." 

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Six  7s. 


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122: 


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1.  Qui  -  ct,  Lord,  my     fro-wartl   heart;    Make  me   teach -a    -   Lie    and  mild, 


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From  dis  -  trust  and    en  -  vy    free,  Pleased  with  all  that  pleas-es  Thee.    A-men 

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2  What  Thou  shalt  to-day  provide, 

Let  me  as  a  child  receive ; 
What  to-morrow  may  betide. 

Calmly  to  Thy  wisdom  leave ; 
'Tis  enough  that  Thou  wilt  care; 
Why  should  I  the  burden  bear  ? 

3  As  a  little  child  relies 

On  a  care  beyond  his  own, 
Knows  he's  neither  strong  nor  wise, 

Fears  to  stir  a  step  alone. 
Let  me  thus  with  Thee  abide, 
As  my  Father,  Guard,  and  Guide.     Aaauf. 


466 


llMimilitu. 
Lord,  for  ever  at  Thy  side. 

y^Mi^f,  1  wiU  Utat  Utep  w4m»  Tkou  katt  fipm  Mt  U  witk  Me  wkert  J  i 


m 


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Let    mj  pboe  and    por-tion    be : 


1.  Lord,  for    ev  -  er 


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2  Meeklr  mav  mv  Ronl  receive 

All  Thy  Spirit  hath  reveal'd; 
Thou  hast  KiK)ken — I  believe. 
Though  the  oracle  be  ae&Vd. 

3  Hnmble  as  a  little  child, 

'Weaned  from  the  mother's  breant. 


By  no  Knbtletiea  begniled. 

On  Thy  faithful  -word  I  r««t 
Israel!  now  and  evermore 

In  the  Ix)rd  Jehovah  trust; 
Him.  in  all  Uis  -rayp,  adore, 

Wise,  and  wonderful,  and  just.    AxKsr. 


13rarr. 
A(Si         ^  ^^^  ^  heart  to  praise  my  God. 

I  /  t  iifw  heart  will  I  gir*  you,  and  a  new  tpirit  will  I  ptd  tntttn 


C.  M. 


te 


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1.  O    for     a    heart    to  praise  my  God,     A    heart  from  sin 


set  free 


^iis 


heart  that's  npriukled  with  the  blood      So    tree  -  ly  shed  for 

I  ^  ,  ^       !"^      ^ 


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S  A  heart  resicr 
My  dear  I: 


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lissiTe,  meek, 
throne; 

Wh«pe  ov}j  c  . .    iioard  to  speak 

"Where  Jesus  reigns  alone; 
3  An  Iminlilf  lowlv   r.mtrifA  heorti 
T  ; 

"^" '  1  ran  part 

1  r      .  lliiii  tliui  dwtlU  within. 


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4  A  heart  in  every  thought  renewed. 

And  ftill  of  love  divine. 
Perfect,  an<l  rieht,  and  pure,  andgood-^ 
A  copy.  Lord,  of  Thine  I 

5  Thy  nrvfnro    fr.rn.r.^  T/ord,  impart; 

(■  ^  ovo; 

Wr  •  t»on  my  hwrt, 

Thv  ucw,  Ubt  Name  of  Lovta.  Amik 


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IJcarc. 
There  is  x  fold  whence  none  can  stray. 

"  Tht\f  desire  a  betUr  country,  that  u,  an  Iieavenly," 


C.  M. 


1.  There  is 


ft      foM  •whence  none  can  strfty, 

•¥9-       -^      -^       -i^-      -^9-       -^9- 


Viul    i)ftstiiroH      cv  -   or    green, 


2  Far  np  the  everlasting  hilLs, 

In  God's  own  lif^ht,  it  lies; 
His  smile  its  vast  dimension  fills 
With  joy  that  never  dies. 

3  One  narrow  vale,  one  darksome  wave. 

Divides  that  land  from  this; 
I  have  a  Shepherd  pledgfed  to  save 
And  bear  me  home  to  bliss. 


4  Soon  at  His  feet  my  soul  will  lie, 

In  life's  last  struggling  breath; 
But  I  shall  only  seem  to  die, 
I  shall  not  taste  of  death. 

5  Far  from  this  guilty  world,  to  be 

Exempt  from  toil  and  strife; 
To  spend  eternity  with  Thee, — 
My  Saviour,  this  is  life  !    Amen. 


God  shall  charge  His  angel  legions. 


1.   God  shall  charge  His  an  -  gel 

I 


_1  '^     ^' 

le-gions  Watch  and  ward  o'er  thee  to    keep 


m^^^^^^- 


Though  thou  walk  thro'  hos-tilo 


regions,  Though  in  desert  wilds  thou  sleep.  Amek. 


JSL    jS2. 


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^                  ^               '  J    '  '  I     I     ■•    - 

2  On  the  lion  vainly  roaring,               ^  |  With  the  wings  of  His  protection 

On  His  young,  thy  foot  shall  tread;  ,  He  will  shield  thee  from  above. 

And,  the  dragon's  den  exploring,  i  4  Thou  shnlt  call  on  Him  in  trouble. 

Thou  Shalt  bniise  the  serpent's  head. !  He  wiU  hearken.  He  will  save; 

3  Since,  with  pure  and  firm  affection.  Here  for  grief  reward  thee  double. 

Thou  on  God  hast  set  thy  love,  Crown  with  life  beyond  the  grave.  Amek. 


470. 


(Couraijc. 
My  soul,  be  on  thy  guard. 

"  D*  $tromff  in  tXt  Lord,  and  in  tkt  power  of  Hit  migkL. 


:a!: 


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1.  Sly     soul,  bo 


ou     thy    gnnrd 


S.  M. 


Ten    thou 


!^ 


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Tho  hosts  of     Bin    nro  pressing  hard     To  cItaw  theo  from  the  skies.     A  -  uza. 


^^^Egg^g 


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2  O  watch,  and  fi^ht,  and  pray; 

The  battlo  ne'er  pivo  o'er;' 
Kenew  it  boldly  eviry  day. 
And  help  divine  implore, 

3  Ne'er  think  the  vietory  won. 

Nor  hiy  thine  armour  down: 


Thy  arduous  work  will  not  be  done 
Till  thou  obtain  thy  crown. 
4  Fight  on,  my  soul  till  death 
Shall  bring  thee  to  thy  God; 
He'll  take  thee  at  thy  parting  breath. 
Up  to  His  blest  abode.     AMirs-, 


471 


Am  I  a  soldier  of  the  Cross  ? 


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C.  M. 


1.  Am      I       a      sol  -  dier     of    the  Cross,      A       f 


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the     Lamb  ? 


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And  shall  I     fear    to    own  His  cixmbc,   Or  blush  to  speak  his  Name  ?    A  -  M£n. 


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2  Mnst  I  bo  carried  to  the  skies 

On  flowerv*  Wdn  of  ease, 
"NVhdf  othcri  f< night  to  win  tho  prize 
And  Kiiilod  through  bl(x>dy  sees? 

3  Are  there  no  icn^  for  me  to  face? 

MuKt  I  notHt4>m  the  flooil? 
Is  this  vilo  worhl  a  friend  to  graoe. 
To  help  me  on  to  God  ? 

4  Sure  I  must  fight  if  I  would  reign; 

Increase  my  courage,  Lord; 


1 T 

m  bear  the  crow,  endure  the  p^in, 
Supported  by  Tliy  word. 

5  Thysrtintfi,  in  all  this  glorious  war. 

Shall  conoucr,  though  they  die; 
^luy  view  tho  tritimnh  from  afar, 
And  seize  it  with  their  eye. 

6  When  that  illustrious  day  shall  rise. 

And  all  Thy  armies  shine 
In  robes  of  victory  through  the  skies 
The  glory  shall'be  Thine.  Axkh. 


472 


(Touragc. 
Breast  the  wave,  Christian. 

'■  Be  of  good  cheer:  it  it  I:  be  not  afraid.' 


P.  M. 
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2  Fight  the  fight,  Christian, 

Jesus  is  o'er  thee; 
Run  the  race.  Christian, 

Heaven  is  before  thee; 
He  who  had  promised 

Faltereth  never; 
He  who  hath  loved  so  well, 

Loveth  for  ever. 


3  Lift  thine  eye,  Christian, 

Just  as  it  closeth; 
Raise  thy  heart.  Christian, 

Ere  it  reposeth; 
Thee  from  the  love  of  Christ 

Nothing  shall  sever; 
And,  when  thy  work  is  done, 

Praise  Him  for  ever.     Amen, 


41  "> 
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Courage. 
O  Cod  of  Bethel,  by  whose  hand. 

"  Und  be  ttiUi  ta  tu  lie  vxa  witk  our  falkart." 

^ — I »-r-, r — . H-r-j — : 1 


C.  M. 


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1.  0      GoJ    of     Bo  -  thol,  bywboMhand    Thy   peo-plo  huU     are      fed; 


^Vho  thro'  Uiis  wea  -  ry     pil-gxiin-ago  Hast  all    our    Ca  -  there   led !       A  - mek. 


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2  Our  vows,  our  pniyerB,  wo  now  present 

Before  Thy  throne  of  pra<'e; 
God  of  our  Ciithers!  be  the  God 
Of  their  succeeding  race. 

3  Through  each  perplexing  path  of  life 

Our  wandering  footsteps  guide; 
Give  us,  tach  day,  our  daily  bread, 
And  raiment  fit  provide. 


^ — T-   . 

4  0  spread  Thy  covering  wings  aronnd. 

Till  all  our  wanderings  cease. 
And  at  our  Father's  loved  abode. 
Our  souls  arrive  in  pt-ace, 

5  Such  blessings  from  Thy  gracious  hand 

Our  humble  prayers  imi)lore: 
And  Thou  shalt  be  our  chosen  CKxl, 
And  portion  evermore. 


474 


Slrtion. 
A  charge  to  keep  I  have. 

"  Let  u»  labour  to  enter  into  that  rat." 


S.  M. 

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1.  A     charge  to      keep      I 


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A       uov  -  cr  -  dy  -  ing  soul  to 


save,  And    fit     it     for     the    aky  :     A -men. 


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2  From  jonth  to  hoarv  age. 

My  calling  to  fulfil: 
O  may  it  all  my  powers  engage 
To  do  my  blaster's  wilL 

3  Arm  me  with  a  jealons  care. 

As  in  Thy  sight  to  lire, 


And  O  Thy  servant,  Lord,  prepare 

A  strict  account  to  give, 
4  Help  mo  to  watch  and  pray. 
And  on  Thyself  rely: 
Assured  if  I  my  trust  betray. 
I  shall  for  ever  die.     Amzk. 


^rliou 


A  rj  r'       Supreme  in  wisdom  as  in  power. 


TUcj  Uiat  wait  upon  OiC  Lord  shall  renew  Uuir  strength. 
FinsT  TtjyE. 


C.  M. 


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1.    Su-prcmein     wis-dom    as      in    power,    Tho  Eock  of       A  -  ges  stands; 

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Tliou  canst  not  search  His  mind,  nor  triice  TLo  work-ing    of    His   liancLs.  A-mex. 


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2  He  gives  the  conqncst  to  the  weak, 

Supports  the  fainting  heart; 
And  courage  in  tlic  evil  hour 
His  heavenly  aids  impart, 

3  Mere  human  energy  shall  faint, 

And  youthful  vigour  cease; 
But  those  who  wait  upon  the  Lord, 
In  strencrth  shall  still  increase. 


4  They,  with  unwearied  step,  shall  tread 

The  path  of  life  divine; 
"With  growing  ardour  onward  move, 
"With  growing  brightness  shine. 

5  On  eagles'  wings  they  mount,  they  soar 

On  \vings  of  faith  and  love ; 
Till,  past  the  sphere  of  earth  and  sin, 
They  rise  to  heaven  above.     A  airy. 


475 


Second  Tunt:. 


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C.  M. 


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1.  Su-preme  in      wis-dom    as      in    power.  The  Eock  of       A  -  ges  stands  ; 

—  n~il^ ^ — _-^ j-JHf <5> ^ ^ .« '■ *-«— -i ^—4 


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i^ir 


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■<&—^>iy- 


2?— -^r 


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Thou  canst  not  search  His  mind,  nor  trace  The  work-ing    of    His  hands.  A-aizx. 


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2,nion. 

4rj(j    Awake,  my  soul,  stretch  every  nerve. 
/  ••  /  prfji  toieard  tiu  inark/or  Uu  priu  of  the  high  coiling  c/  God." 


C.  M. 

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wake,  my      uoul,  Btrett-h 


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an     im  -  mor  -  tal    crown 


2  A  clond  of  witnesses  around 

Hold  thee  in  full  suney; 
Forget  the  steps  already  trod, 
And  onward  urge  thy  way. 

3  Tis  Gotl'c  all  animating  voice 

That  colls  thee  from  on  high, 


Tis  His  own  hand  presents  the  prize 
To  thine  aspiring  eye. 
4  Then  wake,  my  pouI,  stretch  every  nerve, 
And  press  with  vigour  on; 
A  heavenly  race  deuiands  thy  zeal. 
And  an  immortal  crown.    Ahzk. 


477 


Oft  in  danger,  oft  in  woe. 

.V/x«i-  unto  the  chUdrm  rf  Itraet,  thai  ikry  tfo  foneard.' 
FlMST  TcKK. 


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1.  Oft    in     dan-grr,     oft     in    woe. 


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On-ward,  ehristians,  on-ward    go : 
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Fight  the  flght,  maintain  the  strife,  Strengthen'd  with  the  bread  of  life. 


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477 


:artion. 
Oft  ill  danger,  oft  in  woe. 

■  Spenk  unto  the  children  of  Israel,   that  thry  go  forward." 
Second  Tune. 


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1.   Oft      in      dan  -  ger,     oft      in     woo,       Ou-warJ,  Christians,  on-ward     go  : 

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Fight    the  fight,  main  -  tiin    the  strife,  Strengthen'd  with  the  bread  of    life. 


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2.  On-ward,  Christians,     on-ward    go.        Join     the  war,  and     face   the    foe 


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"Will    ye     flee     in     dan-ger's  hour  ?  Know  ye   not  your  Captain's  power  ?  Amzk. 


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3C 


3  Let  your  drooping  hearts  be  glad: 
March  in  heavenly  armour  clad: 
Fight,  nor  think  the  battle  long, 
Victory  soon  shall  tune  your  song. 

4  Let  not  sorrow  dim  your  eye, 
Soon  shall  every  tear  be  dry; 
Let  not  fears  your  course  impede. 
Great    your    strength,    if    great    your 

need. 


5  Onward  then  in  battle  move, 

More  than  conquerors  ye  shall  prove; 
Though  opposed  by  many  a  foe. 
Christian  soldiers,  onward  go. 

OLORLV   PATBL 

Hymns  of  glory  and  of  praise 
Father,  unto  Thee  we  raise: 
Holy  Jesus,  praise  to  Thee 
"With  the  Spirit  ever  be.     AirE:>-. 


478 


Action. 
Since  I've  known  a  Saviours  Name. 

-  Them  em^fuatd  Ikat  tktf  wert  tiramgen  mmdpUgrimM  em  tk*  emrtk." 


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.-•— (5— |ir 


P.  M. 


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1.  Since  Fvo  known  a       Sav  -  ionr's  Name,   And    sin's  strong  flet  -  ten    broke. 


l^=? 

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"^•-i- 

— \ H 

^ — »-^  ^ 

An    the 

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work   I 

do 

low 

1 

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light,  for 

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Lord.      A  -  KEN. 

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1 

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[^ 

^-^ 

rbi— ^^ 

— K^ 

2  To  the  desert  or  the  coll 

Let  others  blindly  fly. 
In  this  evil  world  I  dwell. 

Nor  fear  its  enmity; 
Here  I  find  a  honse  of  prayer, 

To  which  I  inwardly  retire: 
WaUdng  unconcerned  in  care. 

And  onconsomed  in  fire. 


3  O  thftt  nil  the  world  might  know 

Of  livinp.  Lord,  to  Thro. 
Find  their  hen  von  \n  pin  IkIow, 

And  here  Thy  gtxxlncss  see: 
Walk  in  all  the  works  prepared 

By  Thee  to  exercise  their  Rrace, 
Till  they  gain  their  full  reward. 

And  see  Thee  face  to  face !     Xmzs. 


479 


miction. 

Heirs  of  unending:  life. 

"\york  out  your  own  salvcUion  vrith  fear  and  trembling. 


S.  M. 


joum  here, 


2  God  will  support  our  hearts 
"SVith  might  before  unknown; 
The  work  to  be  performed  is  ours 
The  strength  is  all  His  own. 


3  'Tis  He  that  works  to  will, 
'Tis  He  that  works  to  do; 
His  is  the  power  by  which  we  act, 
His  be  the  glory  too !     AiiZN. 


XI.-TIIE  JUDGMENT. 

4^C)    Jesus,  Thy  blood  and  righteousness. 
"He  hath  covered  me  with  the  robe  of  righteousness." 

^\ L 


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?2-::3: 


1.  Jesus,  Thy  blood  and  righteous-ness 


My  beauty  are,   my  glo  -  rious  dress. 


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iisi 


'Midst  flaming  worlds,  in  these  arTay'd,With  joy  shall  I 

n       ^       ^.     -       '    ' 


s^.^ 


lifl  up  my  head.  A -men. 


c^^-'^-B — • — f  r  #  ^   *  \  »—*  »  \9  m — I-*— J-^V-rf=^~c rr^ — rzr-\ n 


2  Bold  shall  I  stand  in  thy  great  day. 
For  who  aught  to  my  charge  shall  lay  ? 
Fully  absolved  through  these  I  am, 
From  sin  and  fear,  from  guilt  and  shame. 

3  "\Vhen  from  the  dust  of  death  I  rise 
To  claim  my  mansion  in  the  skies, 


E'en  then  this  shall  be  fill  my  plea- 
Jesus  hath  lived,  hath  died  for  me. 
4  Thou  God  of  power.  Thou  God  of  love. 
Let  the  whole  world  Thy  mercy  prove; 
Now  let  Thy  word  o'er  all  prevail; 
Now  take  the  spoils  cf  death  and  hell. 

Amen. 


JTljc  ^^utitjmrui. 


48 


I. 


^ 


Day  of  judgment,  day  of  wonders ! 

AU  tkAt  art  in  tXrir  ffravtn  ihall  hear  Jlii  nice,  and  ikall  ecmu  ftfik." 


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I.Day    of    juilg-mcut,  day    of      won-derH  !  Ilark!  the  trumpet's    aw-ftd   soond* 

-<SL     -tfL      42L  ^  ^ 


-^?^-T —  t      I  i  — r-  I  [y     I     i|p      I  ~r^ 
\  '  '        '        I        '        I         '         I 


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Loud  -  er    than 


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a      thou  -  sand  thun-ders,  Shakes  the  Tost     ere  -  a 


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round !  How    tho    sum  -  mons   "Will      the      siu  -  ner's  heart  con-found  I  A- 

a    .  7^ — 7^  .  a r . o—^ — ^    ,  fa    ;^^ 


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2  See  the  Judge  our  nature  wearing, 

Clothed  in  majesty  divine  ! 
You  who  long  for  His  appearing, 
Then  shall  eny.  This  God  is  mine: 

Gracious  Saviour, 
Own  me  iu  that  ihiy  for  Thine! 

3  At  His  caU  the  dead  awaken, 

Kise  to  life  from  earth  and  sea: 
All  the  powers  of  nature,  shaken 
By  His  looks,  pnparc  to  flee: 

Can-lesa  sinner! 
What  will  then  become  of  thoe  ? 

4  But  to  those  who  have  confess^ 

Loved,  and  served  the  Lord  below. 
He  will  say.  Come  near,  ye  blessed. 
Take  the  kingdom  I  bestow: 

You  for  ever 
Shall  My  love  and  glon.*  kno\^.     AMi.>i. 


48 


I 


2. 


Clje  Jutigmcut. 

How  will  my  heart  endure. 

I'd  once  more  I  mhakc  not  Uie  earth  only,  but  also  hcarxn." 
Fiubt  Tcxe. 


S.  M. 


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1.  How     will    my    heart    en  - 


rj=f 


duro 


The 


tj     I  I 

tcr  -  rors     of      that      day, 

..jQ. — g — a — ^     -j:^-'— 


'SVhen  earth  and  heav'n  be-fore  His  face      As  -  ton-ish'd  shrink  a  -  way  ? 


A  -  HEN. 


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III 


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2  But  ere  the  trumpet  shakes 
The  mansions  of  the  dead, 
Hark!  from  the  Gospel's  cheering  sound 
What  joyful  tidings  spread. 

4  So  shall  tliat  curse  remove. 
By  which  the  Saviour  bled; 
^^Jld  the  last  awful  day  shall  pour 
His  blessings  on  vour  head.    Amen 


3  Ye  sinners,  seek  His  grace, 

Whose  wrath  ye  cannot  bear; 
Fly  to  the  shelter  of  His  Cross, 
And  find  salvation  there. 


482. 


Second  Tu>'e. 


S.  M. 


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1.  How    will    my    heart  en  -    dure       The      tcr  -  rors      of      that      day, 

r —     ^       '■ — ■ ! 

f9 — r-t^ — szn:. 


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^i^iPi^sp^^Pii 


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When  earth  and  heav'n  before  His    face     As  -  ton-ish'd  shrink  a  -  way  ?    A  -  men 


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483 


Day  of  wrath  !    oh,  day  of  mourning ! 

'•  The  Lord  front  kim  tkat  he  wMy^md  wtercy  oftke  Lord  im  that  dof." 


A 

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0        a 

1.  Day       of 
li.    0      whrtt 

7.  What  BhaU 

8.  King    of 
13.  Thou    the 
1 1.  Worth-less 

-2- — <* i9 — 

wrath!  oh 
fear    man'a 
I,       frail 
Ma  -  jes  - 
sin   -  ful 
are      my  \ 

-Bl ,9— 

day      of 
bo  -  aom 

man,    be 
ty       tre  - 
wo  -  man 

jroy'rs  and 

-**- *s — 

mourn  - 
rend    - 
plead  - 
men    - 
sav    - 
sigh     - 

r 

ing! 

eth. 

ing? 
douB, 
ed'st; 

ing, 

-*S 

Bee     ful.fill'd    the 
When  from  heaT^  tba 

W%o    for     me      be 
Who  dost    free     nd  - 
Thou   the      dy  -  ing 

Yet,  good  Lord,    in 

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1        !         '        : 

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h      '     '  • 

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— «5> 

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4    >    ^ 

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J5 7S-^-G a       ^    ' 

3.  Won-drous  sound   the    trum-pet 

•L  Dt-ftth    is     struck,  and     na  -  tnre 

H.  Tliiuk.  kind  Je  -    su,      my      sal  - 

10.  Faint  and    wca  -   n.'     Thou  hast 

15.  With   Thy    fa  -  voured  sheep  0 

16  While    the    wick  -  ed       are     con  - 

,0.      jgl     .ei.      Zl.                 1 

:    Y 

fling    - 
quak    - 
va      - 
sought 
place 
found  - 

eth; 

ing, 

tion 

mc, 

me! 

ed. 

Thro' earth 
AU     ere   • 

Cost  Thy 
On     the 

Xor     a    - 
Doomed  to 

-T — ft 19 — 1 

s  se  -  pul  - 
■    a   -    tiou 

won-drous 
Cross    of 

mong  the 
flames  of 

1 

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5.    Lo!     the 
r..  When  the 

11.  Right-eous 

12.  Guil  -  ty, 
17.  Low      i 

-^ — ^- 

book    ex  - 
Jndge  His 
Judge !  for 

now      I 
kneel  witb 

act  -  ly 
seat     at 
sin's    pol 
pour    my 
heart   sab 

wonl    - 

-  tain    - 

-  lu      - 
moan  - 

-  mis    - 

ed, 
eth, 
tion 
ing, 
sion. 

-4-^— *- 

Where -in 
And   each 

Grant  Thy 
All     my 
Sec,    like 

all     bath 
bid  -  den 
gift      of 
shiune  with 
asb  •  es 

vCije  SJutigmcnt. 


CONTINUKD. 


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pro-phet's  warn   - 
Judge  de  -   scend  - 
in  -   ter  -    ce    - 
va  -  tiou    send 
thief  for  -  gav    - 
grace  com  -  ply    - 

rT — ^  r — =n 

r.^ 

i 

ing, 

etb, 
ding, 

us, 

est; 
ing. 

Ileav'n  and    earth  in        ash  - 

On    whose  sen  -  tence    all 
When  the      just    are      mer 
Fount  of        pi   -   ty !     then 
And     to       me       a       hope 
Res  -  cue      me     from    fires 

-^   -^    b^   -^  >^ 

cs 

do    - 
•cy 

be   - 
vouch 
un    - 

—Of— 

bum     - 
pend   - 
need    - 
friend 
-saf       - 

ciy     - 

ing!   2. 
eth!     3. 
ing?    8. 
us!     9. 
est.    14. 
ing !  15. 

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4. 

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an        an  - 

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mak   -  ing. 

5. 

m  - 

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to         re   - 

pro   - 

ba    -   tion! 

10. 

sufler- 

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bought 

me. 

Shall 

such 

grace 

be      vain  - 

ly 

brought  me  ? 

11. 

goats 

a    - 

base 

me  ; 

But 

to 

Thy 

right  hand 

up   - 

raise      me. 

IG. 

woe 

un   - 

bound  - 

ed, 

Call 

me, 

with 

Thy    saints 

sur  - 

round  -  ed. 

17. 

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-raent    be         a  -  ward  -   ed.     6. 

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un 

-    a  -  venged  re  -  main  -  eth.    7. 

ab  - 

so   - 

lu      -      tion, 

Ere     that 

day 

of       re    -    tri  -    bu  -   tion.  12. 

an  - 

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own    -     ing ; 

Spare,    0 

God, 

Thy    sup  -  pliant  groan  -  ing!  13. 

my 

con  - 

tri      -      tion  : 

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in 

my     last      con  -  di    -    tioru  18. 

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JTijc  Jutigmrnt. 


483- 


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V.  M. 


I^^F^g^^^ "  r^^t^ 


^^■sn^ 


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18.  Ah,  th;it   ilay      of  tears  and    mourn  -  iug !      From  the  dost    of     earth  re 

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pare   him;  19.  Sparc,  0 

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God,     in       mcr  -   cy        spare      him  !  Lord,    all  -  pity  -  ing,  Je   -    sii      blast. 


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484 


i 


Great  God,  what  do  I  see  and  hear ! 

"  The  time  of  the  dead  i$  come,  that  they  should  be  judged." 


8s.7s.8s. 


I^zzr^zzzigtzi]-^- 


— I P ^ 

J    ,  Great  God,  what  do        I        see    and    hear  !    The 
'  ^   The  Judge   of     man  -  kind  doth    ap  -  pear, 

^2.    42.     ^.     :^    .a.    J2. 


g=^=3- 


■.^=: 


end 


On     clouds     ot 


of    things    ere 
glo   -   ry 


gr  :^zz:g 


=.lzziiil>^=g=gEl:i 


¥=^ 


a     -     ted!  1^ 
sc-t    -    ed  !   )  The  trumpet  sounds;  the  graves  re-store  The  dead  -which  they  con- 


ill 


vii — 


:;S:   j^    ^ 


h 


li^i 


i5< 


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ka-f^. 


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:ri 


taiued  bo  -  fore  :     Pro  -  pare,    mj     soul, 


pT|^S=; 


Z3? l—^IZdS 


l\ 


gj^^g 


1 r^ 


i^E;^. 


IHp 


to 


meet 
I 


Him. 


A  -   MEN. 


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m^ 


The  dead  in  Christ  phall  first  arise 
At  the  last  trumpet's  sounding, 

Caught  up  to  meet  Ilim  in  the  skies, 
"VN'ith  joy  their  Lord  surrounding: 

No  gloomy  fears  their  soul's  dismay, 

His  presence  sheds  eternal  di\y 
On  those  prepared  to  meet  Him. 


3  But  sinners,  fill'd  with  gnilty  fears, 
Behold  His  wrath  prevailing; 

For  they  shall  rise,  and  find  their  tears 
And  sighs  arc  unavailing: 

The  day  of  grace  is  past  and  gone; 

Trembling  they  stand  before  the  throne. 
All  unprepared  to  meet  Him. 


•1  Great  God,  what  do  I  see  and  hear! 
The  end  of  things  created! 
The  Judge  of  mankind  doth  appear, 

On  clouds  of  glory  seated: 
Low  at  his  Cross  I  view  the  day 
When  heaven  and  earth  shall  pass  away, 
And  thus  prepare  to  meet  Him.     Amzn. 


485 


3lk}cabcu. 

XII.-IIEAYEN. 
Hark!  hark,  my  soul!    Angelic  songs. 

••  The  night  it  far  tpent,  the  day  it  at  hand." 
FiSRT  TCXE. 


P.  M. 


1.  Hark  !  hark,  my  soul ;  An-gel-ic  songs  ore  swcU-ing    O'er  earth's  grees  fields,  and 


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ocean's  wavo-beat  shore  :  How  sweet  the  truth  those  bless-cd  strains  ore  tell-ing 


•-b    !      !      !  ^=:: 


.•^^t!^i7(^_:j^i_";^- 


igzi^ 


^te  A 


l^^^^^^fg^g^^igggiS^a 


rw». 


Of  that  new  life  when  sin  shall  be    no     more !  An-gels  of    Je  -  eus.  An  -  gels  of 


S 


i 


1^^  night.  Sing    -     •     lug 

li^ht,    Ring-  ing  to    wcl- come  the  pilgrims  of    the     night,       Sing-ing    to 


'^-^-n 


tete: r^t^  7g^-fe=ig=1g=  —^ — r:ig-    ff    V" 

I    I  '       '    -^-^r-^r— ! — ;   '        ' 1 — r^ 


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wcl -come  tbo    pilgrims,    the    pUgrioui  of   the  night       A  -  mzk,  A  - 


!* 


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PI 


iftcabcn. 


2  Onward  wo  go,  for  Ktill  wc  hcnr  them  singing, 

"Conir,  weary  soiils,  lor  Jcriis  bidH  yoii  come;" 
And  through  the  dark,  its  echoes  Hweetly  ringing, 
The  music  of  the  Gospel  lead  us  home. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc. 

3  Far,  far  away,  like  bells  at  evening  pealing, 

The  voice  of  Jesus  sounds  o'er  land  and  sea. 
And  laden  souls  by  thousands  meekly  stealing, 
Kind  Shepherd,  turn  their  wcaiy  steps  to  Thee. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc. 

4  Rest  comes  at  length,  though  life  be  long  and  dreary, 

The  day  must  dawn,  and  darksome  night  be  past; 
All  journeys  end  in  wolcomo  to  the  weary, 

And  heaven,  the  heart's  true  home,  will  come  at  last. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc. 

5  Angels,  sing  on!  your  faithful  watches  keeping; 

Sing  us  sweet  fragments  of  the  songs  above; 
Till  morning's  joy  shall  end  the  night  of  weeping, 
And  life's  long  shadows  break  in  cloudless  love. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc.     Amen. 


Second  Tune. 


P.  M. 


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\  hark,  my  soul!  An-gel-ic  songs  are  swelling  O'er  earth's  green  fields,  and 


PS=^Ei=sipiiiEE 


ocean's  wave-beat  shore:  How  sweet  the  truth  those  bless-ed  strains  are  tell-ing 


feci^tJ: 


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zzjsr: 


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■' — ^ 


^7:>r      ^ — ^~" 


Of    that  new  life  when  sin  shall  be      no      more  !    An  -  gels    of     Je  -  bus. 


ggi^^E^^ 


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An  -  gels  of   light,  Sing-ing   to    wel-come  the  pilgrims  of  the  night.     Amzk. 


^S"!^^^ 


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I    1 


48 


^  ^  Hark!  hark,  my  soul!    Angelic  songs, 

s^  "  The  night  it  far  rpent,  tke  dajf  it  at  Sand." 


P.  M. 


1.  Hark  !  hark,  my    f^mt.      Angelic  songs  are  swelling  O'er  earth's  green  fields,  and 

m^^^^mmm- — ■ 


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ocean's  wavc-beal  ^hore:  Ilow  sweet  tbc  truth  those  blessed  strains  ar    '.4-l)ing 


0—0- 


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Chorus. 


'mst 


Of  that  new  life  when  sin  shall  be    no  more.  An  -  gels  of 

-0-T—^ — -r- — ^ S — r^  -♦-TTM^ !-•       »     #     • 


^-T~>-^r~? 


^0 
0 


' — '•     ^    • 


1^ 


An  -  pels  of  lipht,      Ringing  to  welcome  the  pilgrims  of  the  night      Am. 


2  Onward  we  go,  for  still  we  hear  them  singing. 

••Come,  weary  souls,  for  Jesus  bids  you  conio;' 
And  tliroagh  the  dark,  its  Cihoes  sweetly  ringing, 
The  music  ol  the  Cttispel  lead  us  home. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc. 

3  Far,  far  awsy.  like  bolls  nt  rvcninc:  pealing, 

Tho  voice  of  Josus  soiinds  oir  land  and  sea, 
And  laden  souls  by  thonsantls  meekly  Btealinjp^ 
Kind  Shepherd,'  turn  their  weaiy  steps  to  Tbee. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc, 

4  Rest  coma's  at  lencrth,  thou«:h  lifo  bo  long  and  drear>'. 

The  day  roust  dawn,  and  darksome  night  be  past; 
All  journeys  end  in  welcome  to  the  weary. 
And  heaven,  the  heart 'b  true  home,  will  come  at  last. 
Angels  of  JcEU-i,  etc 


486 


Un 


5  Angels,  sing  on!  your  faithful  watches  keeping; 
Sing  us  sweet  fragments  of  the  songs  above; 
Till  morning's  joy  shall  tnd  the  night  of  weeping. 
And  life's  long  shadows  break  in  cloudless  love. 
Angels  of  Jesus,  etc.     Amen. 

Christ  leads  me  through  no  darker  rooms. 

•*  Leaving  us  an  example  Uiat  ye  should  follow  His  steps." 
First  Tune. 


&^^P^i^^ 


S£lEE 


C.  M 


1.  Christ  leads  me   thro'  no     dark  -  er     rooms  Than  He    "went  thro'     be 


m^^^E 


;i: 


-i9- 


■^ 


(St G. 


JZ- 


fore 

452. 


l^^^^^^iig^^ibESi 


And  he    that  in  God's  kingdom  comes  Must  en  -  ter    by    this  door.      A  -  men. 


2  Come,  Lord,  when  grace  hath  made  me 

Thy  blessed  face  to  see ;  [meet 

For  if  Thy  work  on  earth  be  sweet, 
"WTiat  must  Thy  glory  be! 

3  Then  I  shall  end  my  sad  complaints, 

And  weary,  sinful  days, 


And  join  with  the  triumphant  saints 

To  sing  Jehovah's  praise. 
4  My  knowledge  of  that  life  is  small; 

The  eye  of  faith  is  dim ; 
But  'tis  enough  that  Christ  knows  all, 

And  I  shall  be  with  Him  !  Amex. 


1.  Christ  leads  me  thro'     no    dark  -  er    rooms  Than  He     went  thro'    be  -  fore  ; 


^—A 


¥9 # — T-i9 


J.B^dLHi'^: 


And    he    that  in  God's  kingdom  comes  Must  en  -  ter    by     this  door.       A  -  mek. 


0-**m—r^ — w    \  •-! — -z: — r~r  i 


-j^-^ 


.  O^     I  low  long  shall  earth's  alluring  toys. 

I*  /    *  •'}tTtitetMtooknota/tJuUtin{;twhiekart$efn,tmlatautkiii{;$wkickartmotaee».' 


C.  M. 

t  I 


1.  How  long  shall  earth's  allur  •  ing  toys     Do  -  tain  ocr  hearts  and  eyos, 


Tu?- 


'-^-^m 


gord-less  of    im  -  mor  -  tal  joys,    And  strangers    to    the  skies  ? 


mi 


»-^-i-«-r-»-r#— S— * 


^  ^ 


ig  •    'rfzEgj^zgifp: 


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t^2r.:=f= 


s 


5fl«: 


IN 

2  Those  transient  scenes  will  soon  decay, 

They  f.ule  upon  the  si^'lil; 
And  quickly  will  their  brightest  day 
Be  lost  in  endless  night. 

3  Thoir brightest  day,  alis!  how  vain  ! 

"With  conscious  sighs  we  own; 
While  clouds  of  sorrow,  care,  audiiain 
O'ershiido  the  smiling  noon. 

4  O  could  our  thoughts  and  wishes  fly 

Above  these  gloomy  shades. 
To  those  bright  worlds  beyond  the  sky, 
"Which  sorrow  ne'er  invades, — 


I 

5  There,  joys  unseen  by  mortal  eyes, 

Or  reahon's  feeble  ray. 
In  ev«r-blooming  prospects  rise. 
Unconscious  ot  decay. 

6  Lord,  send  a  beam  of  light  divine 

To  guide  our  upward  iiim; 
With  one  reviving  touch  of  Thine 
Our  languid  hearts  inflame. 

7  Then  shall,  on  faith's  sublimest  wing. 

Our  ardent  wishes  rise,  [spring 

To  those  bright  scenes  where  pleasurea 
Immortal  in  the  skies.     Amxk. 


488. 


^^^ 


There  is  a  land  of  pure  delight. 

**  They  desire  a  better  country,  tkal  is,  an  heavenly." 


^ .     I 


C.  M. 


m 


W 


1.  There   is       a    land    of  pore   do-light,  ^Mlere  sain  taim-mor-tol  reign;  In - 


nite     day    cx-cludes  the  night,  And  plearares   ban -iah  pain.   A-mex. 


ii^ 


gdac 


vtT^. 


^-jfj."^  ^ 


J-f=-  4^ 


n 


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[^.^•^ 


zz: 


32: 


mm 


?ftcabcn, 


2  There  cverlastinf*  spring  abides, 

And  never  withering  llowers; 

Death,  like  a  narrow  Boa,  divides 

This  heavenly  land  from  ours. 

3  Sweet  fields  beyond  the  swelling  flood 

Stand  dress'd  in  living  green; 

So,  to  the  Jews  fair  Canaan  stood, 

While  Jordan  roll'd  between. 


4  But  timorous  mortals  start  and  shrink 

To  cross  this  narrow  sea; 
And  linger,  shivering  on  the  brink. 
And  fear  to  launch  away. 

5  O  could  we  make  our  doubts  remove. 

Those  gloomy  doubts  that  rise. 
And  see  the  Canaan  that  we  love. 
With  unbeclouded  eyes: — 


489. 


G  Could  we  but  climb  where  Moses  stood, 
And  view  the  landscape  o'er, 
Not  Jordan's  stream,  nor  death's  cold  flood, 
Should  fright  us  from  the  shore.     Amen. 

For  ever  with  the  Lord. 

"And  so  shall  we  ever  be  vnth  the  Lord." 

1  I 


S.  M. 


9:#6eEE 


1.  For      ev  -  er   with   the      Lord ! 
■g: — ^ — ^ — a.     -^  ' 


-^- 


ZSSL 


A  - 


men,    eo 


let       it 


be! 


fe^g 


Life  from  the  dead  is 


in  that  word; 'Tis    im-mor-tal  -  i    -    ty  ! 


7S-  _ 
A-ilEN. 


^ 


"221 


JSL 


^mm 


2  Here  in  the  body  pent. 

Absent  from  Him  I  roam. 
Yet  nightly  pitch  my  moving  tent 
A  day's  march  nearer  home. 

3  ^ly  Father's  house  on  high, 

Home  of  my  soul,  how  near 
At  times  to  fr.ith's  far-seeing  eye 
Thy  golden  gates  appear! 


•4  Ah,  then  my  spirit  faints 
To  reach  the  land  I  love, 
The  bright  inheritance  of  saints, 
Jerusalem  above. 

5  Yet  clouds  will  intervene, 
And  all  my  prospect  flies; 
Like  Noah's  dove,  I  flit  between 
Rough  seas  and  stormy  skies. 


6  Anon  the  clouds  depart, 

The  winds  and  waters  cease. 
And  sweetly  o'er  my  gladdened  heart 
Expands  the  bow  of  peace.     Amen. 


490 


The  world  is  very  evil. 

"  Work  fomr  work  betimu,  ami  in  JJU  Ume  JI«  will  give  ytm  four  reward.' 

-^ 1 1 


78.6».D. 


ic 


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:r=: 


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1.  Tho    world  U 


m^mm 


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Tho    times  are   wax  -  ing     late. 


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and  tccp 


vi   -    gil.       The    Judge   ia       at 


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the 


gate  ; 


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-«-   ■^=^_-g-_gi. 


zr. 


i 


^:1 — ! — '■       ,  I  -_J ; 


The  Judge  who  comes  in 

-Iff 


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^ 


The    Judge  who  comes  with  mi^ht. 


SeI 


\Vho  comes  to    end    the     e   -  vil, 
:^    ^    .^    jO.    .OL 

i9 — I — 3i-:gr- 


g 


^\^lo  comes  to  crown  tho    right     A  - 

:g=g=iiigr-^-e 


c^    <g 


m^^^^^ 


Arise,  arise,  pood  Cliristian, 

Let  riu'ht  to  wronjj  Kuccced; 
Let  ]•  •:•  '  •■•     '       -row 

T  liicsslcftd, 

To  1_         .  :;o  evening, 

That  knows  nor  moon  or  sun, 
Tho  light  BO  n  ^w  and  golden. 

The  ligbt  that  is  but  one. 

O  Hnm^  of  fftddes*;  splendour, 

Ol  flnwers  Ihnt  fi^r  no  thoni. 
^^'here  they  kIjoII  dwell  oh  children 

Who  hen*  a«  exiles  mourn; 
'Midst  power  thnt  knoww  no  limit. 

Where  wisdom  h:i«  no  bound, 
The  beatific  vision 

Shall  glad  the  salnt.'i  around. 


0  happy,  holy  portion. 

liefeclion  for  the  Mest, 
True  vision  of  tr.  e  b.  auty. 

True  cure  of  the  di'trest; 
Strive,  man,  to  win  thnt  glory: 

Toil,  man,  to  gain  that  light; 
Send  hope  bt-fore  to  grasp  it. 

Till  hope  b3  lotit  in  biguL 

O  sweet  and  blesf  i;d  conntry, 

Tho  home  of  God's  tlectl 
O  sweet  and  Llc-f  M  country 

That  *ager  hearts  expect! 
Je8U,  ill  mercy  bring  us 

To  that  dear  land  of  rest; 
AVho  art.  with  God  the  Father, 

And  Spirit,  ever  blest,     Amzx. 


491 


Brief  life  is  here  our  portion. 

litre,  have  we  no  continuing  city,  hut  we  seek  one  to  come." 
FinsT  TcNE. 


75.6? 


2  O  happy  retribution ! 

Short  toil,  etfTiml  rest; 
For  morUxls  and  for  sinners 
A  mansion  with  the  blest. 

3  And  now  we  fight  the  battle, 

But  then  shall  wear  the  crown 
Of  lull  and  everlasting 
And  passionless  renown, 

4  But  He  whom  now  we  trust  in 

Shall  then  be  seen  and  known; 
And  tlioy  that  know  and  see  Him 
Shall  have  Him  for  their  own. 

5  The  morning  shall  awaken, 

The  shadows  shall  decay, 


And  each  true-hearted  servant 
Shall  shine  as  doth  the  day. 

6  There  God,  our  King  and  Portion, 

In  fulness  of  His  gi-ace, 
Shall  we  behold  ior  ever, 
And  worship  face  to  face. 

7  O  sweet  and  blessed  country, 

The  home  of  God's  elect ! 

0  sweet  and  blessed  country, 

That  eager  hearts  expect! 

8  Jesu,  in  mercy  bring  us 

To  that  dear  land  of  rest: 
Who  art,  with  God  the  Father, 
And  Spirit,  ever  blest.     Amzn. 


Secoxd  Tune. 


7s.  6s, 
4* 


gEE^ 


J21 


^fezz^ 


W^^^^^ 


1.  Brief    life     is     here   our      por 


tion 


■0 
Brief    sor  -  row,  short-lived    care  ; 


ii^EE^E&S 


r\ 


The    life   that  knows  no     end- in  g,     The  tear -less    life     is     there.      A-mxx. 

1  JS.      JS.  ^       _  ,^      .fiL     b^ 


492 


A 


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(^ 


3k)cabcn. 
I'or  thee,  O  dear,  dear  country. 

••  //«  tkat  ooercometk  akaU  inUrit  aU  Uungt," 


7I.68.D. 

1 


1,  For    thee,  O    il«ar,  dear    coun  -  try,      Mine  eyes  their  ri  -  gils     keep; 

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«i^^^^^ 


For       ve  -  ry     love,  bo  -  bold  -  ing       Thy      bap  -  py    name,  they  -weep. 


/y    .   ^,     '^    r'    i"-      '".■"•       =:     —    J2.    -o.    ,«.     ^ 


IS 


The     men  -  tion     of     Thy      glo  -  ry, 


Is       nnc-tion    to     the    breast* 


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And  mctl  -  i  -   cine 

Si  Sl 


sick  -  ness,  And  love,  and   life,   and   rest      A-mzn. 


IN  1^  .       I  I 


2  O  one.  O  only  mansion; 

O  Paradise  of  joy  I 
Where  tears  are  ever  l^nnished. 

And  smih'8  hnvo  no  alloy; 
The  Lamb  is  all  thy  spleudour, 

The  Crucifk'd  thv  jtraisr; 
His  laud  and  Ixneeliction 

Thy  niUHonietl  i)<x>ple  raise 

3  ^^'jth  ja^]>or  t^lnw  thy  bulwarks. 

Thy  Ktr<-.  ts  with  onuralds  blaze; 
The  sjirdius  and  the  topaz 

Unite  in  thtf  th.  ir  riivs; 
Thin«»  «f?*>1o«s  Mills  are  \)onded 

^^'  ;nprice<l; 

Til'  its  fabric 

Aii'i  iuf  ei'iu-  I  >.toi3e  i^i  Christ. 


Thou  hast  no  shore,  fiiir  ocean! 

Thou  hast  no  time,  bri^^ht  day! 
Dear  fountain  of  refreshment 

To  pilgrims  far  a  way! 
Upon  the  Rock  of  ARe« 

rhey  raise  thy  holy  tower; 
Thine  is  the  victor's  laurel. 

And  thine  the  golden  dower. 
O  Pweei  and  blessed  country, 

The  home  of  God's  elect!* 
O  sweet  and  blessed  country, 

That  eagc  r  hearts  cxpectl 
Jesu,  in  mercy  bring  us 

To  that  dear  land  of  rest : 
Who  art,  with  Gt>d  the  Father. 

And  Spirit,  ever  blest     Amen. 


/  ' 


■,1^Vil 


493 


Jerusalem,  the  golden ! 

•  •MnJ  he  thiewtd  me  that  great  city,  the  holy  Jerusalem,  drtctiuling  out  of  heaven 
from  God,  having  Ute  glory  of  God." 


7s.6s.D. 

t 


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22: 


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1.    Je  -    ru  -    Sii  -  lem,    the    gold  -  en  !     With   milk    and    hon  -  ey    blest ; 


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isl. 


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--— ^--^ 


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Be  -  neath    thy     con  -  tcin  -  pla  -  tion      Sink  heart  and    voice   op  -  prest. 


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I      know    not,      O 


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fcte= 


know    not     What   joys      a  -   wait     us     there 


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ii^^ 


»     ^^^ 


"\\1iat   la  -  diau  -  cy      of      glo  -    ry,    ^Miat  bliss  be  -  yond  corn-pare.       Amzk. 


^i 


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2  They  stand,  those  halls  of  Zion, 

All  jubilant  with  song, 
And  briijht  with  many  an  angel. 

And  all  the  martyr  throng. 
The  Prince  is  ever  in  them, 

The  d^yliGjht  is  serene; 
The  pastures  of  the  blessed 

Are  decked  in  glorious  sheen. 


lis: 


-^- 


-^\~ 


There  is  the  throne  of  David; 

And  there,  from  care  released. 
The  shout  of  them  that  triumph, 

The  song  of  them  that  feast. 
And  they,  who  with  their  leader. 

Have  conquered  in  the  fight. 
For  ever  and  for  ever 

Are  clad  in  robes  of  white. 


4  O  sweet  and  blessed  country, 

The  home  of  God's  elect! 
O  sweet  and  blessed  country. 

That  eager  hearts  expect! 
Jesu,  in  mercy  bring  us 

To  that  dear  land  of  rest; 
TSTio  art,  with  God  the  Father, 

And  Spirit,  ever  blest.     Amzv. 


494 


What  arc  these  in  bright  array? 


What  are  tkue,  which  are  arratftd  in  wkiU  robc*f  " 
Yivusn  TujtE. 

>_J J U 


7S.D. 


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IS. 


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V— g^~~;g: 


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_        ^         g>    ^    ^   ■  ^ 

1.  What   aro  these  in     bright  ar  -  ray,     This    in  -  nu-mer 
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Round  the    al   -  tar,    night  and  day,       Hymning  one    tri  -  umph-ant  song  ? — 

.42.     -/a,-  • 
f> — ^—, — #-         ---  ____ 


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3?: 


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2: 


Worthy       is    .  the  Lamb,  onco  slain,     Bless-ing,  hon  -  our,     glo  -  ry,  power, 


m 


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Wis  -  dom,  rich  -  cs,    to      ob  -  tain.  New  do  -  m in  -  ion    cv'  -  ry  hour."  A- 


2e: 


!S]] 


2  Those  tbrou^'h  f:ery  trials  trod; 

Thos*'  from  pnat  aiUiotitm  came; 
Kow  b  fori?  the  throne  of  God, 

Bsal'd  with  His  almighty  Name: 
Clad  in  riiimf  nt  pure  and  wbito. 

Victor-palms  in  every  hand. 
Through  their  dear  Redeemer's  might. 

More  than  oonqueroFs  they  stand. 


3  Hunger,  thirst,  disoAGe  tinlmo\m. 

On  immortal  fruits  they  feed; 
Them  the  Lamb  amulst  the  throne. 

Shall  to  living  fountains  lead* 
Joy  and  gladness  banish  sighs; 

Perfect  love  dispels  all  fears; 
And  for  ever  from  their  eyes, 

God  shall  wipe  away  the  tears.  Aicsx. 


SHtibcn. 


494 


What  are  these  in  bright  array. 

"  }\'/uil  are  these,  which  are  arrayed  in  white  robtt?  " 
Skcond  Tune. 


'-i 


7S.D. 

t 


3:_^ — ^—^-^ — 0 — >-^ '  '  ^ — •— '-^ — f-—^-a^ — »— ^j^— ^ 


1,  Whfit  nro  theso   in    bright  ar  -  ray,      This   in  -   nu  -  mor  -  a  -  hie  throng, 


I 


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xc:.i 


PiEgj^^fefeisE^lE^Jife^l 


I 
Kound  the     al  -  tar,    night  and   day,     Hymning     one     tri  -  umphant  song?— 


^_i 


\  ♦  I      i  -IP-  j      i         I  '111 


^^smmmm 


Wor  -  thy      is    the  Lamb,  once  slain,     Blessing,  hon  -  our,    j^lo  -  ry,  power. 


^    V 


WM 


B?Et 


i      -0-      -fz.   ^J        1 


-j___L| p_  {C L  , 


Wis-dom,  rich-es,     to      ob  -  tain.      New  do-min-ion    ev-eryhour.    A  -  me>'. 


^f^^*-T^S=JrT^f^zi^?:i^^: 


i^sifei^s 


-:f 


N=t: 


t:z:t=±22±lpfl:^i; 


2  These  through  fiery  trials  trod ; 

These  from  great  aflliction  came; 
Now  before  the  throne  of  God, 

Soal'd  with  His  almighty  Name: 
Clad  in  raiment  pnre  and  white, 

Victor-palms  in  every  hand, 
Through  their  dear  Redeemer's  might, 

More  than  conquerors  they  ttand. 


3  Hnnger,  thirst,  disease  nnlmown, 

On  immortal  fruits  they  feed; 
Them  the  Lamb  amidst  the  throne, 

Shall  to  living  fountains  lead: 
Joy  and  gladness  banish  sighs; 

Perfect  love  dispels  all  fears; 
And  for  evrr  from  their  eyes, 

God  shall  wipe  awny  the  tc ais.  A^niN. 


?^}raDcn< 


495 

3 


O  mother  dear,  Jerusalem! 

An>l  th"  ritr/  hntl  no  netrl  of  tkf  fim,  nfithrr  f>f  Iht  mofm  to  $Mine  in  iV;  for  tXe 
•j^'T-j  o/Ue  Lord  dUl  ligkUn  U.  amd  tXe  Lamb  is  tkt  ligkt  tkert^f.  ' 


C.^. 


I     I 

When  shall    my    sor-roTrs  have  aa    end  ?  Thy  joys  when  shall  I 


I  ?      A  -  MTN. 


*^V 


«^-V-^- 


^ 


P^ 


* 


laii 


2  O  happy  harbonr  of  God's  paints ! 

O  sweet  and  pleasant  soil! 
In  thee  no  sorrow  can  be  found. 
Nor  griet  nor  care,  nor  toil 

3  No  mtrrky  cloud  o'ershadows  thee. 

Nor  ploom.  nor  (Lirksome  night;         , 
But  every  soul  shines  as  the  sun; 
For  God  Himself  gives  light 

4  O  my  sweet  home,  Jom«:fil«^m! 

Thy  joys  when  slinll  I  see  ?  ^ 

The  king  that  sitteth  oa  thv  throne        I 

In  His  felicity  ?  *  | 

8  O  mother  dear.  .T 
"VSTien  shall  I  < 
When  shall  my  s 
Thy  joys  when 


Thy  gardens  and  thy  goodly  walks 

Continually  are  green. 
Where    prow    such    sweet  and  pleasant 

As  nowhere  else  are  seen.  [flowers 

liight   through  the  streets,  with  pleasing 
The  living  waters  flow.  [somid. 

And  on  tho  l>ankp,  on  either  side, 
The  trees  of  life  do  grow. 


Those  tree? 

For  ever  : 
And  all  tho  iiiiuiu'^  <i  im  tiirth 

To  thee  their  honours  bring. 


m  end? 

AiOQJ. 


1  ripen'd  frnit; 


496 


Jerusalem,  my  happy  home. 

**  That  gnat  cOy.  tkt  kotg  Jrmaalon.'* 


C.  M. 


?l)cabrn. 


When  shall  my    la  -  bours  have  an  end      In      joy,  and  i>eace,  and  thee?   A-mex. 


•^    A 


I 

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t— f 


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IT 


i 


2  "When   shall  these  eyes  thy  heaven-bnilt  1 4  Why  should  I  shrink  from  pain  or  woe, 


And  pearly  gates  behold  ?  [walls 

Thy  bulwarks,  with  salvation  strong, 
And  streets  of  shining  gold  ? 


Or  feel  at  death  dismay  ? 
I've  Canaan's  goodly  land  in  view, 
And  realms  of  endless  day. 


3  There  happier  bowers  than  Eden's  bloom,  5  Apostles,  martyrs,  prophets,  there 
Nor  sin  nor  sorrow  know:  j         Around  my  Saviour  stand: 


Blest    seats!   through  rude    and   stormy 
I  onward  press  to  you,  [scenes 


And  soon  my  friends  in  Christ  below 
"Will  join  the  glorious  band. 


496. 


7  Jerusalem,  my  happy  home, 
My  soul  still  pants  for  thee; 
Then  shall  my  labours  have  an  end, 
AMien  I  thy  joys  shall  see.    Amzn. 


Secokd  Tttkiu 


C.  M. 


\^c   ^t 


pup 


O 


1.  Je  -  ru  -  sa  -  lem,  my    hap  -  py   home.  Name  ev  -  cr    dear    to 


^ 


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Ig—gt 


-«>--: 


-Ci>~ 


77^ 


--■->?— -^ 


"When  shall  my    la-bourshavo  an    end      In     joy,  and  peace,  and  thee  ?    A-Mi2f. 


9 


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m 


iL:^^ 


V\ 


ii= 


^^=z^=?=*=i:^ 


O      I 


497 


f^cabcn. 

Jerusalem!  high  tower  thy  glorious  walls! 

*      ••  >;•.<•  ha'K  not  »«en.  nor  ear  Af-artl.  ruithfr  hart  enlrred  tntn  (kf  hrart  vf  man 
'  "  tkingt  wAtc*  Gad  katk  prepared /vr  Ikem  that  love  IJimi." 


Tiwn  Tcsnc 


P.   M. 
+ 


1.  Jo  -  m  -  Rolem  !  high  tower  thy  plorious  walls  !  Would  Go<l  I    were    in     the«  ! 


Biro    of  thoe  my  long-ing  heart  en  -  thrals,  De  -  sire    at    home  to      be 


^ 


3: 


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± 


m 


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^ 


JL 


«.- 


-a^ 


-«*- 


jz: 


■^»- 


Wide    from    the   world  out  -  leap 


ing,       O'er     hill    and    vale    and    plain. 


1 


ii^St 


i 


E^5^ 


■ac 


1 


-J^^i. 7S G- 


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2z: 


^- 


My  soul's  strong  wing  is  sweep  -  inp, 


«=« 


» 4*       d» *^ 


ts>. 


Tliy    per  -  tals     to 


at  -  tain.       A-men. 


E 


g: 


31 


145D 


t=3:27=r  _-^ 


2  O  Rlfidsomo  day,  and  yet  mor.      '    ■"       .. 

When  shnll  that  liour  liavo  < 
Wlicn  mj'  ri joicing soul  its owi.  ^..  -  i-    ..^r 

May  UKO  in  going  home  ? 
Itself  to  JoKUR  giving. 

In  trust  to  His  own  hand. 
To  dwell  among  the  living, 

In  that  blest  Fatherland. 

3  A  moment's  time,  the  twinkling  of  an  eye, 

Rlinll  l>o  enough  to  soar, 
In  buoyant  exultation,  through  the  sky, 
'v  shore. 

r  there; 

Glad  troopw  ol  angcH  winping 
It  onward  tiirough  the  air. 


4  Great  fastncw  thou  of !  *  *'i.-^  I  greet! 

Throw  wide  thy  gr 
An  entrance  free  tog  i\,  ;..  jinef'»''t; 

At  hist  released,  though  !  ;  . 
From  wretchedness  and  siiii.iu.-. 

And  life's  long  weary  way; 
And  now,  of  G^'s  gift,  winning 

Eternity's  bright  daj*. 

5  \Miat  throng  is  this,  what  noble  troop. 

Arrayed  in  l>eautoous  guise. [that  pours. 
Out  through  the  clorious  city's  open  aoors. 

To  grt'Ct  ^  '  <  vcs  i 

The  hosts  .  d, 

The  jewtl ^..    .     ...^ 

In  Ilis  own  crown,  selected 

To  wipe  away  my  tears. 


?4}cabeu. 

6  Of  prophets  ffteat,  and  patriftrcbs  high,  a  7  One  more  at  last  arrive  they  \re.come  there, 


That  once  has  borne  the  cross,       [band 
"NVith  nil  the  company  that  won  that  luud, 

By  counting  gain  lor  lo^s, 
Now  flout  in  Ircedom's  lightness, 

From  tyrants'  chainH  set  free; 
And  shinu  like  suns  in  brightness, 

Arrayed  to  wtlcomo  me. 


To  beauteous  Paradise, 
"Where  sense  can  scarce  its  full  fruition 

Or  tongue  for  praise  sufiBce;  [bear, 

Glad  hallelujahs  ringing 

^Vith  rapturous  rebound. 
And  rich  hosaimas  singing 

Eternity's  long  round. 


497 


8  Unnumber'd  choirs  before  the  Lamb's  high  throne 

There  shout  the  jubilee. 
With  loud  resounding  peal  and  sweeter  tone, 

In  blissful  ecstacy: 
A  hundred  thousand  voices 

Take  up  the  wondrous  song; 
Eternity  rejoices 

God's  praises  to  prolong.     Amen. 

Second  Ttr>TG. 


P.M. 


^^ii^P^ 


25 i 


1.    Je  -  ru  -  sa  -  lem  !  high  tower  thy  glorious  walls  !  Would  God  I  were  in  thee ! 

I  -  1        I  111 


^^mmmmmmm, 


'^ 


De  -  sire      of    thee     my  longing  heart  en-thmls.    Be -sire  at  home  to    be 

J      ^    ^ 


^^^ 


1= 


«=^^ 


'  ^1 


H 


^ 


Wide   from   the   world  out  -   leap  -  ing.    O'er   hill    and    vole     and   plain, ^ 

I 


PI 


V-W- 


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i 


%-=^ 


^=~v=t 


My  soul's  strong  wing  is  sweep  -  ing,    Thy  por  -  tals  to     at  -  tain.       A  -  men. 


^^i=- 


^^f 


h 


^f 


itti^fcllaucous, 


498 


^ 


Xlll.-MISCELLANEOUS. 
O  Lord,  Tliy  mercy,  my  sure  hope. 

Tkj/  mrrey,  O  Lord,  rrackrtk  unto  thf  Kfar<nt,  and  Thy  /ai(X/ulnfU  unto  tk< 
_j^ 


L.  M. 


^i^ 


1.    O  Lord,  Thy  mercy,     my  sure  hope,  The  high-ost  orb  of  heav'n  transcgpds; 


A  z:   :==::£:♦. 


fr? 


r 


^lf^= 


^"'I 


Thy    sa-crcd  truth's  unmeasured  scope  Be-youd  the  spreading  sky  extends.  Aicek. 


'-m^mmmii^^mi 


K 


2  Thy  ju.sticc  like  the  hills  remains, 

Unlhthom'd  depths  Thy  judgments  are; 
Thy  i)rovideuce  the  world  sustiiins, 
Tlie  whole  creation  is  Thy  care. 

3  Since  of  Thy  goodness  all  partake, 

"With  what  assurance  should  the  just 

Thy  Kheltering  wings  their  refuge  make, 

And  saiuta  to  Thy  protection  trust ! 


1  Such  guests  shall  to  Thy  courts  be  led. 
To  banquet  on  Thy  love's  repast ; 
And  drink,  as  from  a  fountain's  head. 
Of  joys  that  shall  for  ever  last 

5  With  Thee  the  springs  of  life  remain. 
Thy  presence  is  eternal  day; 
O  let  Thy  saints  Thy  liivour  gain. 
To  upright  hearts  Thy  truth  display. 

Amsn. 


499 


My  soul,  inspired  with  sacred  love. 

IVaitf  the  Lord.  O  wy  soul:  and  alt  tXat  is  iri/Ain  w<,  praltt  Hit  holy  Same. 


L.  M. 


1  My  soul,  inspired  with  sacred  love, 
GmVs  holy  Name  for  ever  bless; 
Of  all  his  favours  mindful  prove. 

And  still  thy  grateful  thanks  exproa. 


3  The  Lord  abounds  with  tender  love 
And  unexampled  acts  of  grace; 
His  waken'd  wrath  doth  slowly  move, 
His  willing  mercy  flies  apace. 


2  'Tis  Ho  that  all  thy  sins  forgiven,  1 4  God  will  not  always  harshly  chide. 

And  after  siokncws  makes  theo  sound;  But  with  Ilis  anger  quickly  part; 

From  danger  lie  thy  life  retrieves,  And  loves  His  pimishmint  to  guide 

By  Him  with  grace  and  mercy  crown'd.  More  by  His  love  than  our  desert 

6  As  far  as  'tis  from  cast  to  west. 
So  far  has  He  oar  sins  removed; 
Who,  with  a  father's  tender  breast. 
Has  such  as  fear  Uim  always  loved.     Amx. 


COO       ^^^  Lord  descended  from  above. 

v^  "  Jfe  bowed  the  heaveru,  and  came  down,  and  it  wai  dark  under  Hi*  feet. 


C.  M. 


1.  The  Lord   de  -  scond-ed    from     a  -  bovo,    And  bow'd  the  heav'ns  most  high 


2?=g 


^  Bz:|:z=|::^z=j?— r — ,^. 


Aud    uu  -  der-neath  His  feet    He    cast     The  darkness  of 


the 


1^  /^ 

sky.        A-MEK. 


Ou  cherub  and  on  cherubim, 

Full  royally  He  rode, 
And  on  the  winp;s  of  mighty  winds, 

Came  flying  all  abroad. 


r    I 

3  He  :.at  serene  upon  the  floodK, 
Their  fury  to  restrain ; 
And  He,  as  sovereign  Lord  and  King, 
For  evermore  shall  reigu.  AiiEN. 


501. 


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Thou  art  the  Way,  to  Thee  alone, 

"Jesus  said  unto  him,  I  am  the  Way,  the  Truth,  and  the  Life." 

I  !       ,       I       I       I         .       ! 


C.  M. 


-^ 


2Z=i=. 


-<»- 


22: 


-^ 


^—^—^ 


I 
1.  Thou    art    the  AVay,  to    Theo    a  -  lone  From  sin    and  death  wo     flee  ; 


And    he  -who  would  the  Fa  -  ther  seek.  Must  seek  Him,  Lord,  by  Theo. 


A -MEN. 


Thou  art  the  Truth,  Thy  word  alone 
True  wisdom  can  impart; 

Thou  only  canst  inform  the  mind, 
And  purify  the  heart. 


I  I  ! 

3  Thou  art  the  Life,  the  rending  tomb 
Proclaims  Thy  conquering  arm, 
And  those  who  put  their  trust  in  The« 
Nor  death  nor  hell  shall  harm. 


4  Thou  art  the  Wny,  the  Truth,  tho  Life; 
Grant  ns  that  way  to  know, 
That  truth  to  keep,"  that  hfe  to  win, 
Whose  joys  eternal  flow.     Amen. 


502 


God  moves  in  a  mysterious  way. 

"  Tkf/oaUUp4  art  not  Lt 


C.  M. 


I 


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^SrLg-g-^ 


g 


1 


ZLr-|^    "^-^ 


1.  God  mores  in     a      mys  -  t3  -  riouB  wnjr 


Hw    won-deni    to 


\  '        '        i 


e 


per  -  form  ; 


13^ 


Uar 


nf: 


■Bt 


^ 


i=S=^S^ 


Etisrvii  ^  II 


ii 


He  pliinU  HLs   foot-sUps    in     tho     Bea,    And  rides  up  -  on    the  storm.    Ajcex. 


-i«>- 


2?: 


f= 


Si 


i^: 


;<^    ffl- 


2  Deop  in  nnfnthomnble  mines, 

Of  never-fiiilin^{  skill, 
lie  treasures  up  llis  bright  designs. 
And  works  llis  sovereign  will. 

3  Ye  feai-ful  f-aiots,  fresh  couraRe  take; 

The  clouds  ye  so  much  dread 
Are  big  with  mercy,  and  shall  break 
In  blessings  on  your  head. 

4  Ju<l«4e  not  the  Lord  by  feeble  sensr. 

But  trust  Him  for  His  grace: 


f^ 


-©z:^: 


^•- 


i 


Behind  a  frowning  providence 
He  hides  a  smiling  lace. 
5  His  purposes  will  ripen  fast. 
Unfolding  every  hour: 
The  bud  may  have  a  bitter  taste. 
But  sweet  will  be  the  flower. 
C  Blind  unbelief  is  sure  to  err. 
And  scan  His  work  in  vain; 
God  is  His  own  interpreter. 
And  He  will  make  it  plain.     Auar. 


r-p.  o     H^PPYj  thrice  happy  they,  who  hear. 

H 


Blated  it  the  prople,  O  Lord,  that  can  rrjoict  in  Tkft." 


L.  M. 


iJf^Flfcfe^fe^r^^F^f^gig 


SBS; 


1.  Happy,  thrice  hap-py  they,  who  hear  Thy  sa-cred  trmupet's  jo3rful  sound ;  \Vho 


1      \-\    r^ 


p^. 


Jffe 


Tf'-^^ 


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may  nt   fes  -  ti  -  vals  ap  -  pca^,^^'ith  Thv  most  glorioas  presence  crown 'd;  Axen. 

^-,-  -         '       --in 


Q  f  \tj  f  \fjivr^ff^^^ 


2  For  in  Thy  strength  thej  shall  advance, 

W]  mostii  from  Thy  favoxir  spring: 

Th'  .sts  is  our  dtfcnce, 

Ai.>.  i<^..v. .  o  God  oar  Israel's  King.     Amzx. 


fttiforrllancoujs. 


504 


The  Lord  my  pasture  shall  prepare. 

•'  The  Lord  is  my  Shrp)irrd;  therrforc  can  I  lack  nothiny." 

I 


Six  8s. 


^^^ 


tg-^ 


g^ES^^^l 


1.   The  Lord  my  pas-ture  shall  pre-pare,    And  feed    uio  with     a     shepherd's  care 


§is-eEl 


^ 


-i9-     19-     -^9-     -^9-     -^^ 


^ 


I     I     I       I     '      r 


-^'  ■#-  A  -j^ 


?2=P=: 


i§ 


^sSg^|=d 


El 


His    presence  shall  my  wants  sup-ply,  ^Vnd  gnard  me   with    a     WAtch-ful     eye  ; 


19-      19-     ^^     ^     ^      -C^V. 


^   -^ 


^_^ C| ^^ 1_^ C^^C [Z= C _  =1 


Si^=5E^g= 


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rirn: 


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I  1  i 

My  noonday  walks  He  shall  attend,  And  all     my  midnight  hours  de-fend-    A-mzx. 


19- 

I 


2  "When  in  the  sultry  glebe  I  faint, 
Or  on  the  thirsty  mountain  pant, 
To  fertile  vales  and  dewy  meads 
My  weary,  wandering  steps  He  leads, 
Where  peaceful  rivers,  soft  and  slow. 
Amid  the  verdant  landscape  flow. 


3  Though  in  the  paths  of  death  I  tread, 
"With  gloomy  horrors  overspread, 
My  steadfast  heart  shall  fear  no  ill. 
For  Thou,  O  Lord,  art  with  me  still ; 
Thy  friendly  crook  shall  give  me  aid, 
And  guide  me  through  the  dreadful  shade. 


GliOBIA   PATBL 

To  God  the  Father,  God  the  Son, 

And  God  the  Spirit,  Three  in  One, 

Be  glory  in  the  highest  given. 

By  all  in  earth,  and  all  in  heaven, 

As  was  through  ages  heretofore. 

Is  now,  and  shall  be  evermore,    Ahzn. 


o^ 


'/'^/S 


ittiricrllanroui 


J. 


505- 


Guide  me,  O   Thou   great  Jehovah. 

■ '  I'kitt  oor\/r*Mfd  IktU  Utejf  wrrt  ttratngert  and  pilgrims  en  Ute  earlk."  St.  7t.  4. 

Febst  Tmc.  4* 


1.  (fuide  iui»,    U  Thou  great  Jo 


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ho  -  vuh,    Pilgrim  through  this  bor-ren    Und  ; 

^  ^  ^        ,.  ^ 


5^:psg^^^{f^^Fg^^;i^-a^^ 


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>-g=R 


'■iz^^w^ 


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I      am  weak,  but  Thou  art  might -y 


t^  ^:  ^j^ 


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a: 


Hold  me  with  Thy  powerful  hand : 

:^   ^   -^  -g-  -f-J 


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iv  -   en,       Feed  me    now    and     ev  -  er  -  more.        A  -  mzn. 


f 


2  Open  now  the  crj'stnl  fountain, 

Whence  the  hiftliug  Htreams  do  flow; 
Lot  the  fiery  cloudy  pilliir 

Load  nie  all  my  journty  through: 

Strong  deliverer, 
Be  Thou  Btill  my  btxength  and  shield. 


3  "NMien  I  tread  the  verge  of  Jordan, 

Bid  my  anrious  Uw-^  ^^i.^i-io. 
Dojith  of  death  and  1  i-  ti-tn. 

Laud  me  siifr  on  t  . 

Songs  of  pniise* 
I  will  ever  give  to  Thcc. 


505 


SECOIO)  Tcx«. 


8S.7S.4. 


^— ^-^f^^^-g     ^   Igj-f   \L   ^-bl^rj 


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1.  Cfuide  me,    O  Thou  great  Je  -  ho  -  vuh,    Pilgrim  through  this  bar  -  ren    land; 


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I      ajn   weak,  but  Thoa  art  mighi-y  ;    Hold  me  with  Thy  power-ful  hand  : 


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i^WisrcUaneous. 


^^ 


506, 


Lead  us,  heavenly  Father,  lead  us. 

"  The  ark  of  the  covenant  went  br/ore  them." 
FinsT  TuxE. 


8S.7S.4. 


I    r  * 

1.  Lead  us,  heavenly  Fa  -  tlier,  lead  us      O'er  the  world's  tem-pes-tuous  sea ; 

--.       I 


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1     1     1     . 

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Guard  us,  guide  us, 

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keep  us,    feed    us, 

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L_^ Of tSi #-*- 

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For    we    have    no 

lielp   hut  Thee : 

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P^  1   !   r^-^- 

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5t     1      ^  '       t       "'  I     T' 

Yet    pos  -  sess  -  ing    Ev  -  ery  hless-ing,     If    our  God  our  Fa-ther  be.     Amzn. 


mm 


t\ 


2  Saviour,  breathe  forgiveness  o'er  us; 
All  our  weakness  Thou  dost  know ; 
Thou  didst  tread  this  earth  before  us, 
Thou  didst  feel  its  keenest  woe; 
Long  and  dreary, 
Faint  and  weary, 
Through  the  desert  Thou  didst  go. 


3  Spirit  of  our  God,  descending. 

Fill  our  hearts  with  heavenly  joy, 
Love  with  every  passion  blending," 
Pleasure  that  can  never  cloy: 
Thus  provided, 
Pardon'd,  guided, 
Nothing  can  our  peace  destroy.    AiTEs*. 


^p./^      Lead  us,  heavenly  leather,  lead  us. 

J  *  ••  Tfu  ark  e/tJu  covmamt  mmU  b^fim  tkem," 


8..  75.4, 


SXOOXD  Tcvx. 


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1.  Lead  US,  heav'iily  Fa-ther,  lead      us      O'er  the  world's  tempostuoos 

-'^'   ^     IS:  ^    ^ ^   J  J 

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Guord  us,  guide  us,  keep  us,  feed   us,      For    wo  hare  no    help  but    Thee : 


KrS 


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II  \J  '  -«^  Tsr   -g-    -zr 

Yet  pos-sos-sing  ev  -  cry  blessing,     If     our  God  our  Fa  -  ther    be. 


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I 


2  Saviour,  breathe  forp^iveness  o'er  us; 
All  our  wcakncas  TLou  dost  know; 
Thou  didst  tread  tliis  earth  before  us. 
Thou  didst  fe«l  itw  keenest  woe; 
Ivone  and  drear>', 
Faint  and  weary. 
Through  thu  desert' Thou  didst  go. 


I       < 

3  Spirit  of  our  God,  do'^'-' '«'^'-- 

Fill  our  hearts  wit!  joy; 

Love  with  every  pass:  ng, 

Pleasure  that  can  never  cloy : 
Thus  provided, 
Pardon'd,  guided, 
Nothing  can  our  i>eac«  destaroy. 


507 


Nearer,  niv  (nxl,  to  Thee. 


tt. 


^f 


A  p<r^pU  nrar  unto  Him." 
FiBST  TCXK. 

CWs. 


p.  M. 


tf*     gL 


m-J-'^i 


1.  Near  -  cr,    my    God.    to   Thee,     Near  -  cr      to 


Thee,      E'en   tho*   it 


i3Bi55crHancouj5. 


2  Though  like  the  wanderer, 

The  suu  gone  down, 
Darkness  be  over  me, 

My  rest  a  stone; 
Tet  In  my  dreams  I'd  be 
Nearer,  my  God,  to  Thee, 

Nearer  to  Thee. 

3  There  let  my  way  appear 

Steps  unto  heaven; 
All  that  Thou  sendest  me 

In  mercy  piveu; 
Angels  to  beckon  me 
Nearer,  my  God,  to  Thee, 

Nearer  to  Thee. 


4  Then  with  my  waking  thoughts 

Bright  with  Thy  praise. 
Out  of  my  stony  griefs 

Altars  I'll  raise; 
So  by  my  woes  to  be 
Nearer,  my  God,  to  Thee, 

Nearer  to  Thee. 

5  Or  if  on  joyful  wing, 

Cleaving  the  8ky, 
Sun,  moou,  and  stars  forgot. 

Upward  I  fly. 
Still  all  my  song  shall  be 
Nearer,  my  God,  to  Thee, 

Nearer  to  Thee.    Amek. 


507 


Secokd  Tuke. 


P.  M. 


Near  -  er,      my     God,     to      Thee 

y. 


5o8 


fttiFirrllanroufj. 
I'hc  spacious  firmament  on  hicjh. 

•*  The  hear^iu  tU<lare  the  glory  of  God." 


Ur 


L.  M.  D. 

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(  I  I  I  I  I  I  I 

1.  Tbj    spa  -  cious  firm  -  a  -  ment  on     bigh«      With    all       the      blae    o    • 

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renl      Bky,         And    Bjian  -  glotl  heav'ns,  a      shin  -  ing    frame,     Th- ir 


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Al  -  niigbt-y     Hand.       A  -  mkw. 


2  Soon  as  the  eveninj;  shadeft  prcTuil, 
The  moon  tnkos  np  the  wondrous  tale, 
And  niK'btly  t<>  tbe  hstoning  t-arth 
ll«']>ont«  tin-  st   ry  ctf  lier  birth; 
^VhiNt  nil  tli<    stars  tbnt  round  her  bum, 
A-  '    11  <i     '  '   .    '    ;.-  their  turn, 
(  Ih.yroU. 

A  •       .  t  rom  ix)lo  to  polo. 


3  What  though  in  solemn  silence  all 
Movo  round  this  dark  torr««trial  ball; 
Wbat  though  no  rral  voice  nor  sound 
Amitht  their  mdiuntorbs  bo  found; 
In  rrnson's  cnr  th«y»l^  n joice. 
And  uttor  forth  a  glorious  voice; 
For  fvor  sincnng.  as  thoy  sbine^ 
•♦The  Hand  that  mad 3  us  is  divine." 


JtlijciccUancou&. 


509 


O  Paradise,  O  Paradise. 

"  Having  a  desire  to  depart,  and  to  be  with  Christ,  which  U/ar  hettir." 
Fiiurr  Tu.<E. 


P.  M. 


"WTiere     loy  -    al     hearts  and    true      Stantl      ev   -    cr        in        the      light, 


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All     rap-ture  through  and  through,  In  God's  most  ho  -    ly     sight.      A-mzn. 


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O  Paradise,  O  Paradise, 

The  world  is  growing  old; 
"Who  would  not  be  at  rest  and  free 

AMiere  love  is  never  cold  ? 

AVhere  loyal  hearts  and  true,  etc. 

0  Paradise,  O  Paradise, 
'Tis  weary  waiting  here; 

1  long  to  be  where  Jesus  is. 

To  feel,  to  see  Him  near: 
Where  loyal  hearts  and  true,  etc. 

6  Lord  Jesus,  King  of  Paradise, 
O  keep  me  in  Thy  love. 
And  guide  me  to  that  happy  land 
Of  perfect  rest  above ; 

"NVhere  loyal  hearts  and  true. 
Stand  ever  in  the  light, 
All  rapture  through  and  through. 
In  Gods  most  holy  sight.     Amzx. 


0  Paradise,  0  Paradise, 
I  want  to  sin  no  more, 

1  want  to  be  as  jmre  on  earth 
As  on  thy  spotless  shore; 

WTiere  loyal  hearts  and  true,  etc. 
O  Paradise,  0  Paradise, 

I  greatly  long  to  see 
The  special  place  my  dearest  Lord 
In  love  prepares  for  me; 
"Where  loyal  hearts  and  true,  etc 


509 


O  Paradise,  O  Paradise. 

11  iviuij  a  detin  to  d<part,  and  to  U  teUX  Christ,  urkick  it  Jar  UiUr. 


P.  M. 

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II  -ST    -o^      I  I 

1,  O    Par  -  a -disc,    O    Par  -  a-dise,  Who  doth  not  crave  for   rcht  ?  ^^^Jo 


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wonld  not  seek  the  hap  -  py  land  Where  they  that  loved  are      blest  ?     WTiere 


^rii=^-irfc^ 


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rap-tare  thro'  and  tliro', 


most    ho_-   ly    sight 


OParadiM, 


and  free 

»yal  iHiirts  ^d  true,  etc. 

3  O  Paradise,  O  Paradise, 

Tis  wearj  waiting  here; 
I  long  to  be  where  Jesus  is. 
To  feel,  to  see  Him  near; 
WDcre  loyal  hearts  and  tme^  etc 

4  0  Paradise,  O  Paraaise. 

I  wan^l/>  Kin  nn  mure, 
I  want  t"  >  •  on  earth 

As  on  t  hbore; 

WhtT'    I         .        ..rt-.  ai^l  tr  ;.  .  rtc. 


6  O 

The"spe<?SAl  place  ^y  dearest  Lord 
In  love  prepares  for  me;  \ 
Where  loval  hearts  and  true,  etc. 


ly  long  to  see        \ 
^       -     rAt 


C  Lord  JestiP,  Kin^:  of  Paradise, 
O  ke«  p  mi'  in  Tliy  love, 
An«l  pnide  me  to  that  liappy  land 
Of  perfect  rest  above; 

Whore  loj-al  hearts  and  true. 
Stand  ever  in  the  light, 
All  rapture  through  and  through. 
In  6od  8  most  holy  sight     Amis. 


y  pv        In  Thcc  I  put  my  steadfast  trust. 

"In  Thf-y,  O  Lord,  have  1  put  my  trust;   let  me  never  be  put  to  confusion.' 
FiusT  Tunt:. 

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C  M. 


1.  In   Thee     I      put    my  stead-fast  trust,      Do -fend   me,  Lord,  from  ehnme:    |^ 


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In-cline  Thine  ear,  and  save  my  soul,    For  righteous    is    Thy  Name.    Amzx. 


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2  Be  Thou  my  strong  abiding-place. 
To  which  I  may  resort: 

Thy  promise,  Lord,  is  my  defence. 
Thou  art  my  rock  and  fort 

3  My  steadfast  and  unchanging  hope 
Shall  on  Thy  power  depend; 

And  I  in  grateful  songs  of  praise 
My  time  to  come  will  spend. 


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4:  ^Vhile  God  vouchsafes  me  His  support, 
I'll  in  His  strength  go  on; 
All  other  righteousness  disclaim, 
And  mention  His  alone. 

5  Therefore,  with  psaltery  and  harp, 
Thy  truth,  0  Lord,  111  praicc; 
To  Thee,  the  God  of  Jacob's  race, 
My  voice  in  anthems  raise.     Amen. 


510. 


Second  Tcnt:. 


CM. 

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1.  In  Thee   I      put    my    stead-fast  trust,    De  -  fend    me,    Lord,   from  shame  : 


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Incline  Thine  ear,  and  save    my    soul.  For  righteous    is      Thy  Name.  A  -  mzk. 


g^E^^ji^ 


-  J  J        Almighty  God  !    I  call  to  Thee. 

^  *  '•  litkoUi  ire  eomu  unto  Tkte;  /or  Tkom  art  tJu  Ltd  our  God.'' 


8*.  7s.  8s. 


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Al-might-y    God,    I    ciill    to  Thee,    By  sore  temp-ta-tion    sbuk   -  en; 

^J,  ja.  ^    ^,   ':S:  J2.  jz.  ja. 


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In  -  cline  Thy  gra-cions  ear    to    me,     And  leave  me    not    for  -  saE   -    en ; 

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For    "who    that  feels   the    power  with  -  in 


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Can    stand,     O     Lord, 


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2  On  Thee  alone  my  stay  I  place. 
All  haraan  help  rt-jecting; 
Bt'lyinR  on  Thy  sovereign  graee. 

Thy  sovereign  aid  exj>eoting, 
I  ro«t  upon  Thy  Karrcd  word, 
Tbiit  thoii'lt  repel  him  Ju>t,  O  Lord, 
"NNTio  to  Thy  mercy  fleeth. 


3  And  thongh  I  travail  all  the  night. 

And  tmvail  all  the  morrow. 

My  trust  is  in  Jeiiovah's  might. 

My  triumph  in  my  sorrow; 
Fonretting  not  that  Thou  of  old 
Didst  Isra«'l,  though  weak,  uphold; 
When  weakest  tnen  moBi  lovixigt 


4  What  thongh  my  sinfulness  be  great, 

Redeeming  love  is  greator; 
Whnt  thotigh  all  hell  should  lie  in  wait, 

Supreme  is  my  Creator: 
And  Ho  my  rock  and  fortress  is. 
And  when  most  helpless,  most  Fm  EQs, 

My  blreugtU  and  my  Redeemer. 


fHi^rrllancou^. 

Lead,  kindly  Light. 

(iLu)  Jle  l^l  thrm  with  a  cloutl,  and  all  the  night  through 
with  the  light  o/Jire." 


P.  M. 


I 

1 .  Lead,  kindly  Light,  a  -  mid  th'en-circling    gloom.      Lead  Thou  me       on  ; 

Pr-r — 5— • — • — '-r  •  -'— * — • • — • #— rfSV^-  — ^-r- r- — ^^ >g-#-r^    ^    ■ 

1^     I        I        I 


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The  night  is   dark,  and  I    am    far   from  home, 

•^       -^       -^       -0-  . 


Lead  Thou   me      on. 


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Keep  Thou    my         feet ; 

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to           see 

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2  I  was  not  ever  thus,  nor  pray'd  that  Thou 

Shouldst  lead  me  on ; 
I  loved  to  choose  and  sec  my  path;  but  now 

Lead  Thou  me  on. 
I  loved  the  garish  day ;  and,  spite  of  fears. 
Pride  ruled  my  will :  remember  not  past  years. 

3  So  long  Thy  power  has  blest  me,  sure  it  still 

"Will  lead  me  on 
Oer  moor  and  fen,  o'er  crag  and  torrent,  till 

The  night  is  gone, 
And  with  the  niom  those  angel  faces  smile, 
"\Miieh  I  have  loved  long  since,  and  lost  awhile.     Amen. 


513 


fHiriccUanrous. 
O  where  shall  rest  be  found  ? 

"  IM  ua  labour  to  tnttr  into  tkat  rtsL" 
FnuT  TrxE. 


S.   M. 


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1.     O    whero  shall  rest  \>o     foand.  Best    for     the  wea  -  ry      fioal  ?  Twcre 


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vain  the    o  -  cean's  depths  to  sound.   Or    pierce   to      ei  -  ther    pole.     A-xek. 


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2  The  world  can  never  give 

ThebliKH  for  which  we  sigh: 
Tis  not  the  whole  of  life  to  live, 
Nor  all  of  death  to  die. 

3  Beyond  this  vale  of  tears 

There  is  a  life  above, 
UnnieaKiirt'd  by  th««  flight  of  years; 
And  ull  that  life  is  love. 


4  There  is  a  death  whose  pang 

OuthistH  the  fleeting  breath; 
O  what  eternal  horrors  hang 
Around  the  second  death  I 

5  Lord  God  of  truth  and  grace. 

Teach  us  that  death  to  shun. 
Lest  we  be  Iwinished  from  Thy  fiice, 
And  evermore  undone.    Amsh. 


513 


Secokd  Tot 


I4v^. 


S.  M, 


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rtzsc 


1.     O    where  shall  rest  bo    found,     Best    for    the    wea  -  ry      soul  ?  Twero 


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iiS 


itti^ccUancou^. 

Art  thou  weary,  art  thou  languid  ? 

^    -i-  '^•"//cuiy  man  strvt  Me,  let  Idm  foUuw  Me;   and  where  I  am,  there  thall  alto  p     .  , 

*-^  '  My  servant  be."  '^ '   ^^'^' 


FinsT  TujfE. 


a=F=l=J=^ 


E^=ilf==l 


1.  Art    thou  wea  -  ry,       ftrt    thou    kn  -  giiid,    Art   thou  Foro  dis  -  trcss'd? 


2  Hath  He  marks  to  lead  me  to  Him, 

If  He  be  my  Guide  V 
**  In  His  feet  and  hands  are  wound-prints, 
And  His  side." 

3  Is  there  diadem,  as  Monarch, 

That  His  brow  adorns  ? 
"  Yea,  a  crown,  in  very  surety, 
But  of  thorns." 

4  If  I  find  Him,  if  I  foUow, 

What  His  guerdon  here  ? 
"  Many  a  sorrow,  many  a  labour, 
Many  a  tear. " 


5  If  I  still  hold  closely  to  Him, 

What  hath  He  at  last  ? 
"  Sorrow  vanquish'd,  labour  ended, 

Jordan  pass'd." 
G  If  I  ask  Him  to  receive  me, 

Will  He  say  me  nay  ? 
"Not  till  earth,  and  not  till  heaven 

Pass  away." 
7  Finding,  following,  keeping,  struggling, 

Is  He  sure  to  bless  ? 
"Saints,  apostles,  prophets,  mart^-rs, 
Answer,  Yes."    Amen. 


514 


Seco^td  Tctte. 


p.  M. 


-  y  ^  Thou  hidden  love  of  God,  whose  height. 

^  C)  *  "  H'kom  katt  J  im  heaven  Out  Thee  *  "  Six  8s. 


I  III  "^ 

1 .  Thou  liid  -  den    lore     of   God,  whose  height.  Whose  depth   un  -  fath  -  om'd 


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uo      man   knows :    I  see     from      far      Thy     beaa  -  teoos  light.         In  - 


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I       high      for       Thy      re  -   pose :       My     heart     is     pain'd,  nor 


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2  Is  there  a  thing  beneath  the  snn   [share? '  3  O  hide  this  self  from  me,  that  I 


That   strives   with    Thee   my  heart   to 
Ah  !  tear  it  thenco,  and  roipn  alone, 

Tlie  I><>nl  of  every  motion  there. 
Then  shall  my  hoart  from  each  be  free, 
When  it  hod  found  repose  in  Thee. 

4  Eorh  moment  draw  from  eartli  away 
My  heart,  thot  lowly  waits  Thy  call 
Speak  to  niy  inmost  pouI.  and  say. 


No  more,  but  Christ  in  mo,  may  lire; 
Mv  vile  nffectious  crucify. 

SVr  ht  one  darling  lust  survive; 
In  all  tliinjjs  nothing  mav  I  sor, 
Nothing  desire,  or  stx-k,  but  Thee. 


lam  thy  love,  thy  Ood,  thv  all; 
To  fed  Thy  i>owor,*  to  ht  ar  Thy  voice. 
To  taste  Thy  love,  be  uU  my  choice.     AsoDC. 


5TQ^Thc  Lord  our  God  is  clothed  with  might. 
"  O  Lord,  how  manifold  are  Thy  works." 

i 


•^^  MiE^^ 


C.  M. 


jff=: 


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i^SH 


m 


1.  The  Lord  our  God 


is  clothed  with  might,  The  winds  o 


bey    Mis    will ; 


Ifeig^^igglSij 


Hc  speaks,  and  in 


His  heav'nly  height,  Tho  roll  -  ing  tiun  stands  still. 


^^i^3^m 


r\ 


Rebel,  ye  waves,  and  o'er  the  land 

With  threatening  aspect  roar; 
The  Lord  uplifts  His  awtul  hand, 

And  chains  you  to  the  shore. 
Howl,  winds  of  night,  your  force  combine; 

Without  His  high  behest. 
Ye  shall  not  in  the  mountain  pine, 

Disturb  the  sparrow's  nest. 


His  voice  sublime  is  heard  afar, 

In  distant  peals  it  dies; 
He  yokes  the  whirlwind  to  His  car, 

And  sweeps  the  howling  skies. 
Ye  nations,  bend,  in  reverence  bend; 

Ye  monarchs,  wait  His  nod, 
And  bid  the  choral  song  ascend 

To  celebrate  your  God.    Amex. 


517 


O  Thou    to  whom    all  creatures    bow. 

"  0  Lord,  our  Governor,  how  excellent  is  Thy  Name  in  all  the  world." 


Srt^ 


With 


in 


this  earth -ly 


C.  M. 


frame, 
JSL. 


-p-^'sr 


Thro*  alljthe  world  how  great  art  Thou !  How  glo-rious    is      Thy  Name  !  A 


■^-.-Tsr^ 


}i±A 


.  ^ 

2  In  heaven  Thy  wondrous  acts  are  snng,     |  I  0  what  is  man,  that.  Lord,  Thou  lov'st 

Nor  fully  reckon'd  there;  To  keep  him  in  Thy  mind  ? 

And  yet  Thou  mak'st  the  infant  tongue  Or  what  his  oflfspring,"  that  Thou  prov'st 

Thy  boundless  praise  declare.  To  them  so  wondrous  kind  ? 

3  When  he;\ven.    Thy    beauteous  work  on  1 5  O  Thou  to  whom  all  creatures  bow 

Employs  ray  wondering  sight;      \h\^,  \         Within  this  earthly  frame. 
The  moon,  that  nightly  rules  the  sky,  Through  all  the  world  how  great  art  Thou! 

With  stars  of  feebler  light;  1         How  glorious  is  Thy  name!    .^Lmek. 


i-Hierrllanrou<5. 
-  J  U  My  hope,  my  steadfast  trust. 

^^  '•  lif  itmn'j,  and  lit  thatl  cstablith  your  heart,  alt  fe  that  put  yjur  trutt  in 


tJuLord." 


S.   M. 


Ui 


'^^ 


FiUiT  Tltce. 


f^=^ 


inr      -^ 

1.   My     liopo,  my    stead-fast     truKt, 


-« . 


^m 


1  I 

on      Thy    help    re  -    fwftc ; 


"^ 


¥■ 


¥■ 


i3 


l-Fy^EBiJEU^fej 


That  Thou,  my  God,  art  jxist  and  good.  My    uoul  with  com-fort  knows.  A-; 


^'-n — r 


2  Whate'er  events  betide. 

Thy  •wisdom  times  them  all; 
Then*,  Lord,  Thy  servant  safily  hide 
From  those  that  seek  his  full. 

3  The  bri^ditnoss  of  Thy  face 

To  m'',  O  Lord,  disclose; 
And  as  Thy  merciis  still  incrc^ase, 
Preserve  me  from  my  foes. 

C  Ye  that  on  God  rely, 

Conruf^oonsly  proceed; 
For  He  will  still  yoi;r  hearts  supply 
^Vith  strength  in  time  of  need.    Ahen. 


4  How  great  Thv  mercies  are 
To  such  as  fear  Tliy  name. 

Which  Thou,    for   those  that  trust  Thy 
Dost  to  th3  world  proclaim  !  [care, 

5  O  all  ye  saints  the  Lord  ^ 
With  eager  love  pursue; 

^\^lo  to  the  just  will  help  affvird. 
And  give  the  proud  their  due. 


518. 


Secokd  Tcxi. 


S.  M. 


fee^^g^E^F^^g^ 


^ 


JZ. 


-JBti 


I  I 

1.  My      hoix',    my     stead  -  fivst     trust, 


Sglfl^l 


on      Tliy    help      ro 


pose  ; 


I        I 
ThatThon,  my  God,  art  good  and  just. 


Mv     soul  with  comfort  knows.    A-acEN. 


^^ 


j'«^_-^:^_j! 


^  ^ 


i^rnkM^m^^^'^^i 


fHijsrcUanrou^. 


5j  ^  O  worship  the   King'. 

^     ••  0  Lnr<l,  My  GchI,  Thou  art  vfnj great;  Thou  art  dutJitd  icith  honour  and  majesty."     5S.6S.5. 

1.     0     wor-ship    tbo  King,     All    glo-rious    a  -  bovc;      O  grate  -  ful  -  ly 


m^^^m^^mm^=mm^m 


sing    His  power  and      His    love;    Our  Shield    and    De  -  fend  -  er,     The 


m^ 


Ancient  of  days,    Pa  -  vilion'd  in  splendour,  And  girded  vrith  praise.  A-mek. 

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2  0  tell  of  His  might, 

O  sing  of  His  grace, 
Whose  robe  is  the  light; 

Whose  canopy,  space; 
His  chariots  of  wrath 

Deep  thunder-clouds  form 
And  diirk  is  His  path 

On  the  wings  of  the  storm. 

3  The  earth,  with  its  store 

Of  wonders  untold. 
Almighty,  Thy  power 

Hath  founded  of  old— 
Hath  stablished  it  fast 

By  a  changeless  decree, 
And*  round  it  hath  cast. 

Like  a  mantle,  the  sea. 


4  Thy  bountiful  care 

What  tongue  can  recite  ? 
It  breathes  in  the  air, 

It  shines  in  the  light; 
It  streams  from  the  hills; 

It  descends  to  the  plain. 
And  sweetly  distils 

In  the  dew  and  the  rain. 

5  Frail  children  of  dust, 

And  feeble  as  frail. 
In  Thee  do  we  trust. 

Nor  find  Thee  to  fail; 
Thy  mercies,  how  tender. 

How  firm  to  the  end. 
Our  Maker,  Defender, 

Eedcemer,  and  Friend  I 


6  0  measureless  might. 

Ineffable  love ! 
While  angels  delight 

To  hymn  Thee  above. 
The  humbler  cre<ition. 

Though  feeble  their  lays, 
With  true  adoration 

Shall  lisp  to  Thy  praise.     Amen. 


520.. 


ittijscrUancou^. 

Far  from  my  heavenly  home. 

Mp  •oW  UkirtUik/or  T\*<,  myJUak  al$c  longtlk  aJUr  Tku;  in  a 
dry  land  uikert  no  waUr  it." 

TiJutT  TtrsM. 


S.  M. 


e 


:3: 


-4tr^^ 


-jz: 


-^^♦" — J — « 


■1^ 


:« 


1.  Pur     from  my    licavcn-ly        home, 


Ules; 


agi= 


Far     from  my 
«> J© — ^- 


'e> er      ,^ 

Fa  -  Uier's    breast. 


jBH 


:fE^ 


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<g"— jg-  — gr-bti^^  -g— ^^ 


Fainting    I        cry,  blest  Spir-it,     come. 


^p^^^p^^ 


And  speed  me  to    my 


rest. 


My  spirit  homeward  turns. 
And  fain  would  thither  flee; 

My  heart.  O  Sion,  dro<ips  and  yearns, 
NVheu  I  remember  thee. 


3  To  the\  to  thee  I  pre?s, 

A  dark  and  toilsome  road; 
When  shall  I  pass  the  wilderness, 
And  reach  tiie  saints'  abode? 


4  God  of  my  life,  bo  near: 
On  Thee  my  hopes  I  cast: 
O  puide  me  through  the  de«?ert  here, 
And  bring  me  home  at  List,     Aiczk. 


520. 


Becoicd  Tcxx. 


S.  M. 


\^r 


# 


d2SE^ 


=fa 


2=^ 


-U-L 


^i^rz»=h=t 


1.  Far    from  niv  heaven -Iv         home,        Far    from  mv     Fa  -  ther's    breast. 


±ii: 


w^^m^^ 


Fainting  I       cr\\  blest  Spirit,       come.  And  speed  me  to     my       reel     A 


a — if. 


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Si OL 


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©loria  ^Datti. 


L.  M. 
Praise  God  firom  Aniom  all  blenninf^R  flow; 
PniHc  Him  all  i-reatures  here  below; 
I'raiso  Him  above,  ye  hcaveuly  hont; 
Praiuc  Father,  Sou,  ami  Holy  GhoBt.     Amks. 

L.  M. 
To  Father,  Son.  and  Holy  Ghost, 

The  God  ^^^lom  earth  and  heaven  adore, 
Be  glory,  as  it  was  of  old, 

Is  uow,  and  shall  be  overmorc.    Amcx. 

CM. 

To  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost. 

The  God  Whom  we  adore, 
Be  glory,  as  it  waa,  in  uow. 

And  shall  be  evermore.    Amen. 

C.  M.  D. 

To  praiec  the  Father,  and  the  Son, 

And  Spirit  all-di\ine, — 
The  One  in  Three,  and  Three  in  Ono 

Let  saints  and  angels  join; — 
Glory  to  Thee,  bless' d  Three  in  One, 

The  God  \\'hom  we  adore. 
Lb  was,  and  is,  and  shall  be  done, 

"When  time  shall  be  no  more.    Ameu. 

S.  M. 

To  God  the  Father.  Son, 

And  Spirit,  glory  be. 
As  was.  and  is,  and  shall  be 

To  all  eternity.     Amen. 

S.  M.  D. 
pR.f.isE  as  in  ages  past. 

Praise  as  in  glory  now. 
Praise  while  eternity  shall  last. 

To  Thee,  O  God  \ve  vow: 
"Whom  all  the  heavenly  host 

And  saints  on  earth  adore; 
To  Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost 

Be  glory  evermore.    Amen. 

8.8.6:8.8.6. 

To  Father.  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost, 

The  God  Whom  heaven's  triumphant  host 
And  saints  on  earth  adore, 

Be  glory  as  in  ages  past. 

As  uow  it  is,  and  so  shall  last 
When  time  shall  be  no  more.    Amen 

8.8:  8.8:8.8. 
To  God  the  Father,  God  the  Son, 
And  God  the  Spirit,  Three  in  One, 
Be  glory  in  tho  highest  given. 
By  all  in  earth  and  all  in  heaven. 
As  was  through  ages  heretofore, 
Is  now,  and  shall  be  evermore.    Amen. 

8.8.8:8.8.8. 
To  Father.  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost, 
The  God  Whom  heaven's  triumphant  host 

And  sufifering  saints  on  earth  adore. 
Be  glorj'  as  in  ages  jMist, 
As  now  it  is,  and  so  shall  last 

When  time  itself  shall  be  no  more.    Amen. 

8.7:8.7:8.8.7. 
To  Father,  Son,  and  Spirit  bless'd. 

Supreme  o'er  earth  and  heaven, 
Eternal  Three  in  One  confess'd. 

Be  highest  glory  given. 
As  was  through  ages  heretofore. 
Is  now.  and  shall  be  evermore, 

By  all  in  earth  and  heaven,    kxss. 


1.1.1.1. 
Holt  Father.  Holy  .«5on, 
Holy  Spirit,  Three  in  One ! 
Glory,  as  of  old.  to  Thee. 
Now,  and  evermore  shall  be !     > 

7.7:7.7:7.7. 
PiL\isE  the  Name  of  Oo<l  most  high. 
Praise  Him,  all  below  tho  «ky. 
Praise  Him,  all  ye  heavenly  host. 
Father,  .Son,  and  Holy  Ghost; 
As  through  countless  ages  past, 
Evermore  His  praise  shall  laiit.     Am 

7.7.7.7:7.7.7.7. 


Holt  Father,  fnint  of  light, 
God  of  wisdom,  goo<lue88,  might: 
Holy  Son,  Who  cam'ut  to  dwell, 
God  with  us,  Emmanuel; 
Holy  Spirit,  heavenly  Dove, 
God  of  comfort,  peace,  and  love; 
Evermore  be  Thou  adored. 
Holy,  holy,  holy  Lord.    Amen. 
N.  B.— For  metre  Ten  78.  begin  thia  doxology  by 
prefixing  the  last  two  lines,  thus:— 

Holy,  Holy,  Holy  Lord, 

Evermore  be  Thou  adored. 

Holy  Father,  etc. 

8.7:8.7. 
Pbaisk  the  Father,  earth  and  heaven. 

Praise  the  .S'jn,  the  Spirit  praise. 
As  it  was,  and  is,  be  given 

Glory  through  eternal  days.     Amen. 

8.7.8.7:8.7.8.7. 
Let  the  voice  of  all  creation. 

Earth  and  heaven's  triumphant  host. 
Praise  the  God  of  our  salvation. 

Father,  Son,  and  Holy  Ghost 
See  the  heavenly  tlders  casting 

Golden  crowns  before  His  throne: 
Hallelujahs  everlasting 

Be  to  Him,  and  Him  alone.    Amen.* 

8.7.8.7:4.7. 
GnCAT  Jehovah !  we  adore  Thee, 

God  the  Father,  God  the  Son, 
God  the  Spirit,  join'd  in  glory 
On  the  same  eternal  throne ; 

Endless  praises 
To  Jehovah,  Three  in  One.    Ahen. 

8.7.8.7:7.7. 


To  tho  Father,  throned  in  heaven. 
To  the  Saviour,  Christ,  His  Son, 

To  the  Spirit,  praise  be  given, 
Everlasting  Three  in  One : 

As  of  old,  tho  Trinity 

Still  is  worshipped,  still  shall  be.    Amen. 

10.10.10.10. 
To  God  tho  Father,  and  to  God  the  Son, 
To  God  the  Holy  Spirit.  Three  in  One, 
Be  praise  from  all  on  earth  and  all  in  heaven. 
And  was,  and  is,  and  ever  shall  be  given.    Amen. 

6.5.5.5:6.5.6.5. 
Bt  angels  in  heaven 

Of  every  degree. 
And  saints  upon  earth. 

All  praise  be  address'd. 
To  God  in  Three  Persons, 

One  God  ever  bless'd; 
As  it  has  been,  now  is. 

And  always  elu^  be.    Amen. 


(Gloria  |3atri. 


f.8.«.«. 
To  T'  '  to  Sob, 

A  <loTbM, 

Etcr;—  ^ iuOlM. 

XtanMl  giorj  b«.    Ammm. 

6.6.6«:«.«.0.6. 
To  r»tbor.  aud  to  Son, 

And.  H<^ly  (ihn^t.  to  Thee, 
EUn  a"  !'  ■:  One, 

Ki.  :  ■: 

And  i.  Mil  Udow, 

And  mmi  i«   «  vtnutw: 
Before  Thy  thnme  we  bow. 

And  Thee  our  Uod  »dore.    Aiuof. 

7.6.7.6:7.6.7.6. 
O  rATTTrr.  rvrr  Rlorioiu, 

0  8i'  lun. 

•nir  :.<•  in  One,— 

OrefttG'jd  '  :  ;    .T'.\.iti(>n. 

Wbom  eart  .  i  !•  avcn  adore, 

Pl«iM.Rlorv.  ;*.!-::»•.:    II. 

Be  Thint  fur  evermore.    Axxx. 

6.6.4:6.6.6.4. 
To  FaUicr  and  to  S<>n' 
And  Spirit,  llirt>f  in  One, 

All  praise  bt>  ^iv*  n, 
A*  hath  been  ht  rt-ti  >fore 
And  Rhall  be  evermore : 
Let  all  His  Name  adcro 

In  earth  and  heaven.    Axrs. 

8.6.8.4. 
To  Father.  R^tn,  and  Spirit,  praipo 
From  earth  and  heaven  a*cend: 
The  loflie«t  note^  that  Haintit  can  raiac 
World  without  cud.     Amzs. 

7.7.7.5. 
IIoLT  Father.  Holy  Son, 
Holy  Spirit.  Three  in  One, 


UaUclitJaha  roimd  Thy 
BiMeftemiily.    Aumm, 


«6.««:M. 


To « . 

A 
Et.r 

All 


cr.  Sob, 
r  bieaa'd. 
Ore. 
be  addroM'd, 


A*  iK-reiMfore 
It  wa».  Lm  now. 
And  ahall  b«  mo 

For  evermore 


6.565. 
OLnrr  to  the  Father, 

Glory  to  the  Boo. 
And  U>  Thee,  bleat  Spirit. 

Whilht  all  a^'eti  run.     Asctk. 

8.4.8.4:8.8.8.4. 
Father.  S'in.  and  Holy  Spirit, 

Thou  One  in  ITiree 
Praiae  to  Thinn  eternal  merit. 

All  praiae  to  Thee : 
From  the  moniinR  r>f  creation. 
From  the  tribe*  of  every  nation, 
Glory,  iKJwer,  and  adoration. 
Thine  ever  be.    Auzx. 
8  8  8.6. 
0  Hoi.T  FathT.  Holy  Son, 
And  H  ITiree  in  ODa, 

Ax  %;.  I  ahftll  be  domi, 

Glti.  >>Lord. 

b.ft.8.a. 
All  praiae  to  th^  Father,  the  Son, 


And  Spirit 
Tir  eternal 
Was,  i*,  U.I. 


and  bleaa'd, 
ree  in  One. 
beaddrcaa'd. 

11.11. II.IU 
O  Fathkr.  Almighty,  to  Thee  be  addreaaed. 
With  Chrirt  and  the  Spirit,  One  God  erer  blevsM. 
All  plor)'  and  wurwhij)  from  »*rth  and  frt»m  heaven. 
Aa  wa«,  and  ia  now,  and  i»hall  ever  be  (,'iveu.     Aunt. 


113. 


Come,  let  us  adore  Him,  come  bow  at  His  feet. 


.•zr    'rs—is)- 


C\»iu< ,  let  ns     a-<lore  Him,enmp.lin\r  Rt.   Hi8fo€t:   O     give  Ilim  the    glo-ry,   the 


f^^^^^U- 


'-^?^gge^ 


Tteo. 


l-^i^rP^ 


pmiso  that  ia   meet:  Let  joy-fnl    ho-ean-naa  un-c»»-ing  a  -  rise.  And  join  the  ftiU 


'—r-v 


^ 


choras  that  gUddens  the  skiea,  And  join  the  fall  chorus  that  gladdens  the  pWr*.  K^\rs 


g»-ff-  e  .-e :  f 


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INDEX   OF   HYMNS   AND   TUNES. 


HrJfT.  First  Lrsi.  Aitik.k  or  IIvmx.  Tlsb.  Covyosx;;  cr.  fiofiic'-. 

474.A  charjjetOkeep  I  have Rn>.  C.   IVesley,  1762...  .Southwell Denhams  Pialtcr . 

28.  A  few  more  years  shall  roll //.  Bonar,  D.D.,  1856..  .Chalvey Rev.  Dr.  Hayne. 

865. A  glory  gilds  the  sacred  page H'iiiiam  Cowper Heysham J.  Wilson. 

897. A  inounuin  fastness  is  our  God Tr.  Dp.   Whittingham.  .^AVi'  Kcstc  Burg.  ..Z.«//;r;-,  152;. 

336.  Abide  with  me  ;  fast  fallsthe  eventide. . . .  Re-.'.  If.  F.  Lyic,  1847. . .  \  .^^"/i-l^-h^'V/  >  ^  '  //'  n"','-^''   s 

•^     '      ^'        (  Iroytc  s  Chant(2).'J. //. /J.   Iroyte. 

211.  According  to  Thy  gracious  word J.  Montgomery.,  1825 St.  John,  Wcstm. .  .7(»///<j  Turle,  i3c2. 

421.  Adored  for  ever  be  the  Lord Metrical  Psalm Tiverton Grig^. 

156.  Again  the  Lord  of  life  and  light Xnna  L.Bar bauld^  1773. Hermann N.  Ifermnr.n. 

882. Ah,  how  shall  fallen  man Dr.  Watts,  1709-1720 St.  IJridc Dr.  J/ovjard,  1770. 

379. Ah,  not  like  erring  man  is  God Bp.H.  U.  Onilerdoni:.  .Redhead,  l^o.  12. .  .A  ncient  Mrledy. 

871-Ari  glorious  God,  what  hymnsof  praise.  Z?r,  Doddridge,  1755. . . .  Brockham J.  Clarke,  1700. 

72  All  glory,  laud,  and  honour 9M  C.  Rev.  Dr.  Ncale...'S>\,.  Theodulph J/.  Tesdiner,  1613. 

424.  All  hail  the  power  of  Jesus'  Name Ed^.  Perronet,  1780.  ...\  ^^^[^,U'5,"„^  j^J; ;  i";^;'^,':;. 

92 .  All  is  o'er,  the  pain,  the  sorrow Re-.'.  J.  Moultrie,  1851 .  .Dresden Dres.Ifymn-B.ijC-j. 

405. All  people  that  on  earth  do  dwell William  Hethe  (.^  1561 .  \  ^^**  J?^^*ii'\-  /  /  ^'*'^-  ^'''"'^- 

333 .  AH  praise  to  Thee,  my  God,  this  night ../?/.  AV/;,  1 709 \  Slllft  H*x"mn  1 '  1  /^"  T"/'"''  \^f'''"''^^^' 

'  »     J  »  to  .r  >     1^^  J  lalliss  Hymn  {2)1  opular  I  ersion. 

378.  All  ye  who  seek  for  sure  relief Tr.  Rev.  E.  Cas-wall. . . .  Arden W.  H.  Waiter{i^i()\. 

430 .  Alleluia,  song  of  sweetness 13/A  C.Dr .Neale^var' d) .  Dulce  Carmen Michael  Haydn. 

166.  Almighty  Father,  bless  the  word J.  Montgomery Grace  Church Pleyel. 

5 11.  Almighty  God,  I  call  to  Thee Luther Gloria  Paschali I  Jans  Kugclwann. 

311. Almighty  Lord,  before  Thy  throne Anne  Steele Redhead,  No.  2i...R.  Redhead. 

442 .  Although  the  vine  its  fruit  deny Bp.  H.  U.  Ondcrdonk. . .  Habakkuk Dr.  Edw.  J/adges. 

471   Am  I  a  soldier  of  the  Cross  Dr.  Watts Marlow Old  English  Tunc. 

206 .  And  are  we  now  brought  near  to  God . .  Dr.  Doddridge Horsley W.l{orslcy,MMs.Bac. 

29 1 .  And  is  the  time  approaching 7<^ne  Borth  ,vick,  1859 ••  j  Bentky  f 2): ! ! .' ! ! .'  7o/fn  ifull.^!"'' 

433 .  Angel  bands,  in  strains  sweet  sounding . 7.  Montgomery -|  f^edlfead  So'.i^i^^R^^'RJdTJad!^' 

24.  Angels  from  the  realms  of  glory y.  Montgomery,  1819.    ..Regent  Square Henry  Smart. 

-ift-i     »«^o.ic  ,^11  ♦!,»  ,-/,^i,  o«.o,»  *  Thomas  Scott,  1769 j  Arimathea  (1) C.  F.  R. 

101.Angels,roll  the  rock  away -  y,  gibbons,  1784-^!^....  I  Firth  {2)........  ..R.  A .  Firth. 

153. Another  six  days'  work  is  done Dr.  Stennett,  1712 Intercession Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

399. Approach,  my  soul,  the  mercy-seat Rev.  J.  Me-wton,  1779 Spohr L.  Spohr,  1734-1859. 

328  Arise,  my  soul,  with  rapture  rise Samuel  T.  Smith Eisenach Schein,  1586-1630. 

287  Arm  of  the  Lord,  awake,  awake Wm.  Shrubsole,  1776 Bartholdy Mendelssohn. 

242.  Arm  these  Thy  soldiers,  mighty  Lord.  ...ff/.  Chr.   //Vr</ra'<7r//i.. Peterborough Ck.Psal.L-'Hymn-i 

M4.An.houwca.y,.r..ho„w„id f^',,^;;^:^^^^^.^".'-^- 1 5:';rr  ■^,  •- 

358  .\s  now  the  sun's  declining  rays 'TT.R'v.7.Chandler,iZ-i7 .Si.  Olave Joseph  Bamiy.  ic-  : 

6 1  .\s  o'er  the  past  my  memory  strays Bp.  Middleton,  1831 Hersal W.  Lockett. 

452  .Vs,  panting  in  the  sultry  beam John  Bo-.vdler,  1815 St.  Martin Sir  G.J.  Ei-rv. 

451   .\s  pants  the  hart  for  cooling  streams..  .Metrical  Psalm St.  Olave Joseph  Barnf-y. 

155  -Vs  iiants  the  wearied  hart  for  cooling  I  •,,  j    ■     ,  r,    ,                    <  St.  Austin  (1)  ...S.  Gee,  R..l.M.,E> 
sprin-s ^  )  ^f^trtcal  Psalm -^  j^^^jj^  ^^^ Mendelssohn. 

450  .\s,  when  the  weary  traveller  gains Rev.  J.  A'ru-ton Germany Beethoven. 

45  As  with  gladness  men  of  old W.  C.  Dix,  i860 Dix  Conrad  Kccher. 

260  Asleep  in  Jesus  !  blessed  sleep  ! Mrs.  Mackay,  1832 \  ^^i^^^^-, ;  .^  ^.  "^sh^rd. 

100  At  the  Lamb's  high  feast  we  sing Tr.  R.  Campbell,  1S50..  .Salsburgh Sebastian  Bach. 

463  Awake,  and  sing  the  song Wm.  Hammond,  1745 . . .  Festal  Song W.  H.  W.  [1872]. 

332.  Awake,  my  soul,  and  with  the  sun Bp.  Ken,  170-9 Morning  Hymn Barthchmon,  1780. 

476. Awake,  my  soul,  stretch  every  nerve. ..Z>r.  Doddridge Christmas Handel. 

429  Awake,  my  soul,  to  joyfHil  lays Samuel  Medley,  X780. . . .  ]  ^^^i>^l,'^l^(/6':'r.::^^r^^^^ 

148  Awake,  ye  saints,  awake E.  Scott,  \t(i7, St.  Mark  J.  Pearce.Mtis.  Bac. 

409. Before  Jehovah's  awful  throne Dr.  Watts,  1719 St.  Faith Bamberg H.  B.  1732.. 

359.  Before  the  ending  of  the  day St.Antbrose,274,tx..Veale.Rcdhcad,  No.  12.  ..Ancient  Melody. 


INDKX    OK    HYMNS    AXD   TUXES. 

\Umi.  Fim«rLi»c.  AtTNoa  o*  IIvmh.  Ti«k.  Covrocxm oe SocBcm. 

307  Ho!   re  tlie  I-ord  wc  bow Francis  Kty Christ  Church Dr.Stecgail. 

419   U.  •  !i,  my  soul,  the  exalted  Uy J.  Ogilvit Tre*-e« H.  Iiaat^  1490. 

180  lU  .  .;.!  a  humble  train St.  Helena Ar.  «'.  H.  M»nk. 

123   IKI.mUI  thcK»or»csof  the  Umb Dr.  Wattt.xtxfo St.  FuIbcrL Dr.  GauntUtt. 

80  IKii.M  tlicI-aiubofGud V.  Bridgtt,  1848 Eccc  Agnut  Del. ..  W^. //.  W.  I1861], 

304  Hi  .1    ..I  the  ine.rning  sun Dr.  Waits,  \j\^ Thatcher Handtl. 

410  Ml      ( ,<)d,  my  soul ;  Thou,  Lord Metrical  Psaim Eisenach. J.  H.  Sckeim. 

316  llic.i  l.c  the  tic  that  binds J^hn  Fawcctt,  177a IJoylslon. Dr.  Lcrtvell  .Sfa^m. 

149  HIcM  day  ol  Goil !  most  calm Kcv.  y.  Mason,  itii Vigils.    St.  Ali-an's    Tune-B. 

82  Hound  upon  the  accursed  tree Dean  Milman,  1827 St    Ansclm Rev.  J.  II.  Hofkins. 

209.  Bread  of  heaven,  on  thee  wc  feed Josiak  Conder,  x%i,  '  |  ; ; ;  ''^s.^c^e^RlA^lV^mc. 

207.  liread  of  the  world,  in  mercy  broken /?/.  Heber,  .827 \  Goud.mctdl^^.^'JS^^"^,  C^.r^f'* 

472  Hrensl  the  wave,  C!hri<ttian Joseph  Stammers,  1801. .Good  Cheer G<«rge  iV.  H'^irren. 

491,.rie,m=i.»croourporU«„ \"}J:::C^r^J^l:^;.\^\^^^'"'::';!^:; 

37.»riKhtest  and  best  of  the  sons  of  the  »  o^     »/  1  ^      o  )  SanU  Laura  (i)..  M'.  .; 

mornintf f-^A  Jffl>f*-^  »8ii 1  Web  be  (a) Samu*:  li\lcc. 

224  Hy  cool  Siloam's  shady  rill Bp.  Heber,  i8ia Siloam St.Albam's  TmHfB. 

26  Calm  on  the  listening  car  of  night E.  II.  Sears,  x86o St.  Agnes Rev.  Dr.  Djrkrs. 

449.Ch,ldren  of  the  heavenly  King 7^/-  Cennick,  ,74-...  ]  ^^i^^^':^:'^)!'.:,,... .  .780. 

\  Elvey  (i) Sir  r 

282  t  hrist  is  made  the  sure  foundation Sarum  Brev. , ir.  Xealc.  Or'itiX  (i) Am.: 

{  Regent  S<iuarc  {^ylfes  • , 

279  Christ  is  our  Comer-stone 8/A  C,  tr.  7.  CA«j«<//*^. . Harewood Dr.  S.  S.  H'rsiey. 

488  (  hrist    leads  me    through   no   darker  »  r...^^^  ,j^  ,.^   ,,,,       J  St.MaryMagd.(i»7.  Crir/rr,  1658. 

rooms ]  Richard  Baxter,  i63i . . .  .)  Northampton  (a^ .  Dr.  Crc/t,  1760. 

106 Christ  the  Lord  is  risen  again 1531,  tr.  C.  W7ii,tw<»rM..  Wirtemburg Germam. 

98  Christ  the  I^rd  is  r.sen  to-day Re..  C.  Wesley,  .743 ■  •  •  •  ]  vicnna'-uV.V. ! ! \ .rJ.' Dr^Ha^ir^. 

OGl.Christ,  Whose  glory  CUs  the  skies Rev.  C.  Wesley Ratisbon Wermer  {l/atergali, 

e8.chns.i.„:..o«.ho„s.c.hcm. \",^.-^'s^„,^.':"!::\^t:''^::^^^;.^:j/: '' 

21  Christians.awakc.sahitc  the  happy  morn  7-V'«  Byrom,  d.  1763 Yorkshire WaiMri£k: 

131. Come,  gracious  Spirit,   heavenly  Dove. S"///»<»«  Z?r<»:i'«<',  1730  ...Intercession Rn\  Dr.  Dikes. 

25  (  omo  hiilicr.  ye  faithful Tr.  Rev.  E.  CastvaJl. . . .  Adcstc  Fideles 7.  Reading,  d.  169s. 

127  Come,  Holy  Ghost,  Creator,  come X  Latin  I/ytnn, 12th  C.  .Si.  I'ranccs G.  A.  I^hr. 

137  (  ome.  Holy  Ghost,  our  w>uls  inspire  ...9/^i  C,  tr.  Bfi.  Cmih \'cni  Creator Rev.  J.  H.  Hopkins. 

355  Come,  Holy  Ghost,  with  God  the  Son St.  Ambrose,  tr.  AVi»/r..Reilhcad,  No.  4 Ancient  Melody. 

135  (  .nne.  Holy  Spirit,  come  Joseph  Hart,  \ji<) St.  Helena W.  H.  Monk. 

128  <  omc.  Holy  Spirit,  heavenly  Dove S.  Brown,  Dr.  Watts... Si.  Agnes Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

209  <  ome,  let  us  join  our  cheerful  songs C.  Wesley,  Dr.  Watts. . . St.  Fulbcrt Dr.  GanntUtt. 

1 89  (  ome,  let  us  join  our  friends  above Rer.  C.  Wesley,  .759  •  •  •  ]  VoTinhimCaV.-.V.'^-  gZH^/I''"-  ^' 

330. Come,  my  soul,  thou   must   be  wak- i  J Vn  Com/Vs,  tr.  />r.  ^lr-»  Franc  (i) Gni.'  i. 

ing )      nald,  1838 (  Haydn  ta) Ar.  /  an. 

401  Come,  my  soul,  thy  suit  prepare Rev.  J.  Xe^utcn,  ,779....  \  BitSill^aV/.::  ::7r'^'.//..*,.V. 

272  <  omc.   pure  hearts,   in  sweetest  mca- >  .-I «/<i#(»  0/ St.  r7.7<»r,  tr.  1  Jubal  (i)  Dr.  H.  S.  Cntter. 

surcs )      R.  Cmm/bell. }  Arnsbergh (7) FreylingAamsemfjo^ 

9.  Come,  quickly  come,  dread  Judge  of  J  p^   ,    ^^.f  <4  k    a  .     '  Eaton  k\\ Wyville. 

of  all ........  f^«'-'^-  r«»//i^//,b.i8a5..^Sj   Jude  (a) W.  H  Monk. 

102  f  ome.  sec  the  place  where  Jesus  lay TkomasS.  Kelly,  xSaa.  ..Magdalen  College.. Z>r.  H.iycs. 

428  <  omc.  Thou  .Mmighly  King \fadans  Collection Moscow Giardmi. 

462  Come,  wc  that  luvc  the  Lord Dr.  Watts,  1709 OlmuU Dr.  Lo-.v(U  Mascn, 

381  '"omc,  ye  sinners,  i>oor  and  needy T^'*"/*  Hart,  1759 Saxc- Weimar Anct  Melody,  164B. 

306  '"omc.  yc  thankful  people,  come Dean  .■\l/ord,\%^^ St.  George ...Sir  G.J.  Elvey. 

1LM>  '   >■    T  Spirit, by  Whose  aid 9/A  C,  tr.  Dryden Linden Germam. 

lie  '  .  Him  with  many  crowns M.  Bridges,  1848 Diadcmata Sir  G.  J.  Elvey. 

[\:^\     'rs  all  the  East  with  light 5Mii»*rtf*<.374,tr.  AVa/*-.  Redhead,  No.  4 R.  Redhead. 

•ihl  :!ient.  day  of  woiiilcrs Rev.  7-  Xewton,  177) Goudimel's  146th  ..French  Psa/ter,i^$. 

4h:>  11 :  oh.  day  of  mourning TAomaj  de  Celano,  tsjo.Dit*  Ine Rev.  J.  H.  Hopkins. 

215  1  >•  *'  .^axiour.  if  these  lambs Ann  B.  Hyde,  1834 Pollock St.  Alban's  Tmnt-B. 

Vt^l  I)(   inthin  union  to  approve Rev.  W.  B.  C*llyer,  1612. St.  Bruno John  Hullah. 

240  Draw,  Holy  Ghost.  Thy  scvcn-fold  veil.^rr.  7.  A'rWr,  i8a7-i857.C '^  -rh Pleyel. 

310  Dread  Jehovah,  God  of  nations C.  F.y  i8(h .]]'.'.ySK^? tKlll^X^^ 


INDEX    OF    HYMNS    AND   TUNKS. 

HvMX.  Fin^T  I.ivn.  Ai'TitoR  or  UrixK.  Ti«f.  Cowrom*  or  Socbci. 

167.  Dismiss  US  with  Thy  blessing.  Lord J.  Hart,  1759 Grace  Church Pleyel. 

2e7.1itcrnal  Father  1  strong  to  save //'.  Whitings  \%fx> McliU Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

620.  Far  from  my  heavenly  home Rev.  II.  F.  LyU,  1834 . .  -|  \y;t^^l!^^,  [y-:  Ji^V.^Det'e. 

161.  Far  from  my  thoughts,vain  world Dr.  Watts Penitence St.  Aldan's   Tune-B. 

143.  Father  of  heaven,  Whose  love  pro- f  ~.  n^^j.  ^  .0  (  NOtkcr  (i) W.  If .  Monk. 

found •....  \7.C0o^'r,  xiio 1  Grace  Church  (a)./'/*.^^/. 

271   Father  of  mercies,  bow  Thine  ear B.  Beddome,  d.  1795 Dismission St.  A I  ban"  s  Tune-B. 

360  I'atherof  mercies!  in  Tiiy  word Anne  Steele Chesterfield Dr.- Ilaiues. 

440 .  leather,  whale'er  of  earthly  bliss I  fine  Steele Naomi Dr.  Lowell  Mason. 

265   l-ierce  was  the  wild  billow StA natol:us4c,S,tr iVeale.Erfurt Ger^nan,   1609. 

187  l"or  all  the  saints,  who  from  their  labours  Rev.  W.  II'.  How,  1864 . .  Sarum Joseph  Barnby. 

396   l''or  ever  here  my  rest  shall  be Rev.  C.  li^'esley,  1740.. ..  Portsmouth Book  0/ Praise. 

489. 1'or  ever  with  the  Lord  ! J.  Montj^otnery,  1853 Schumann R.  SchumaKn. 

1 86  l''or  the  Apostles'  glorious  company Re-j.  W.  \V.  How Cloisters Joseph  Barnby. 

492   I'or  thee,  O  dear,  dear  country St.  Bernard,  tr.  Neale. . .  Patmos //  'alter  MatFarren. 

407.  For  Thee,  O  God,  our  constant  ^^xviviQ... Metrical  Psalm Luton Stanley  Bttrder. 

201.1""orlh  from  the  dark  and  stormy  sky Bp.  Heber,  1827 Hulme //'.//.  W.   [1872.] 

318  Forth  in  Thv  Name,  O  Lord,  I  go Rn>.C.  Wesley,  1749-  •  •■  "!  ^^"17/'? f,'^'-  P''-  ^rfr"^'"- 

'    ^  -^^     '^^         (  Hebron  (2) Dr.  Lowell  Mason. 

49. 1'orty  days  and  forty  nights Rez>.  CH.Sntyttan,iis6..llen\lcin M.  Hemlein,  1677. 

296.  Fountain  of  good,  to  own  Thy  love Dr.  Doddridge,  1755 . . .  .Armagh James  Turle. 

289.  From  all  that  dwell  below  the  skies Dr.  Watts,  1719 Old  Hundredth...   Guil.  Franc,  \ni. 

175.1''rom  all  Thy  Siiints  in  warfare Lord  Nelson,  1867 Holy  Days F.  Weber. 

403  From  every  stormy  wind  that  blows Rev.  H.  Stowell,  i83i...Gotha Cantional  0/  Go:Ua. 

283.  From  Greenland's  icy  mountains Bp.  Ileber,    1827 Missionary  Hymn.. Z^r.  Loivell  Mason. 

190. Glorious  things  of  thee  are  spoken Rev.  J.  Nejvton,  1779....  -j  ^'ustria'(2) Hj^dft'"^'^' 

•74.  GloiA'  ho  to  To«;ii<5  i  Italian,  tr.  Rev.  E.  Cas-  4  Caswell  (1) German,  W.H.Monk 

74.Glor>  be  to  Jesus ^     ,^,^^^  1  St.  John  (2) Dr.  H.  S.  Cutler. 

220. Glory  to  the  Father  give J.  Montgomery Trinity  Song J.  I.  T. 

179  Glory  to  Thee,  O  Lord Emma  'Poke,  1S53 St.  Helena W.  H.  Monk. 

273 . Go  forth,  ye  heralds,  in  My  Name John  Logan,  1776 ]  MeniS;i^S!l*"^^'^&r5«««'^'^" 

86  Go  to  dark  Gethsemanc J.  Montgomery,  1822.    ..Gethsemane Dr.  Chr.  Tye. 

309  God  bless  our  native  land  ! J.  S.  Dwight,  1844 Harlan W.  W.  Rousseau. 

194  (»od  is  our  refuge  in  distress Metrical  Psalm Newcourt H.  Bond. 

502  (jod  moves  in  a  mysterious  way W.  Co-.L>per,  1779 Albano Vincent  Xox'el/o. 

423  God,  my  King,  Thy  might  confessing..  ..ff/.  Mant,  1832 Havergal Rev.  Dr.  Harergal. 

94  God  of  my  life,  O  Lord  most  high Metrical  Psalm Angelus J.  Scheffler,  1657. 

446  God  of  my  life,  to  Thee  I  call W.  Co^uper,  1770 .j  st°Jerome '(2)' " ' '  'crJun^^""^' 

326. God  of  our  fathers,  by  Whose  hand Dr.  Doddridge Asylum //'.  Horsley. 

469. (iod  shall  charge  His  angel  legions J.  Montgomery Trust Mendelssohn. 

344 .  God ,  that  madest  earth  and  heaven Bp.  Ileber,  1827 i  ^J"^''f 'A  ^*^ ^''  "'  '^^^."f 

'  I  U  psal  (2) Cruger,  1646. 

363 . God's  perfect  law  converts  the  soul Metrical  Psalm Burlington J.  F.  Burro-.ves. 

193  God's  temple  crowns  the  holy  monnt... Metrical  Psalm Eaton Wyvill. 

376  Grace!  'tis  a  charming  sound Dr.  Doddridge Swabia \Dr.  Havcrgal.\ 

151. Great  God,  this  sacred  day  of  Thine Anne  Stefle Wavertree W.  Shore. 

343. Great  God  to  Thee  my  evening  prayer.  ..4 ««<•  Steele,  1760 St.  \'incent C.E.  Willing.    [1535. 

484. Great  God,  what  do  I  see  and  hear Tr.  W.  B.  Collyer,  1812. Judgment  Wymn... Kluge's Hymn-Bock, 

174. Great  is  our  guilt,  our  fears  are  great — '/«««•  Steele Dunfermline Scotch  Psalter. 

605 . Guide  me,  O  Thou  great  Jehovah W.  Williams,  X774 -[  l^^^l^sTJl';.)^''^^^^^^^^^ 

348.  Hail,  gladdening  Light Tr.  Rei:  J.  Keble Hail,glading  Light/r.  //.  ;/'.  [1S72]. 

114. Hail  the  daythat  sees  Him  rise -i  ^- .f"/'^^  '"9,  'ind  .1/.  J  Ascension  (i).R  Redhead. 

■^  J      Madan 1  Ascension  (2) U  .  H.  Monk. 

16. Hail!  Thou  long-expected  Jesus C.Wesley  and  M  ..Madan.S>X.\x\.\^z.T\ Dr.  Gaur.tl.tt. 

76. Hail!  Thou  once  despised  Jesus John  Bakewell,  1760  ....Supplication //'.  //.  .Monk. 

34 .  Hail  to  the  Lord's  Anointed J.  Montgomery,  1S22 Zoan Rev.  Dr.  Havergal. 

603. Happy,  thrice  happy  they  who  hear Metrical  Psalm Truro Dr.  Burney. 

485. Hark!    hark,  my  soul.  Angelic  songs  J  „        r-  wr   ir  *        o        j  ^o.x  .\ngelica(i)..ffrT'.  Z>r   />,*«. 

are  swellins   ^  '        ^  ^    ^.ff^/. /^.  ;r. /a^^r,  1850..  ^  Pilgrims  (2) Henry  Smart. 

** '  (  Angelic  Songs  (3)7.  E.  Roe. 

15.  Hark!  the  glad  sound!  the  Saviour  comes./)r.  Doddridge,  1755....  Hermann .V.  Hermann. 

17 .  Hark  !  the  herald  angels  sing Rc7'.  C.  Wesley -^  Mendelssohn  (i) . Mendelssohn. 

■^  (  EIM2) M.  Costa. 

42.  Hark!  the  song  of  jubilee J.  Montgomery Milburn W.  H.  W.  [1872]. 


IXDKX    OK    llVM>->    AM»    ILNKS. 
11    -•  FiBcrList.  Ai-nt->«  o»  Iftaa.  Tc«m. 

189  Hark!  the  found  of  huly  roiccs JS/.CJtWJjiv^iA,  i:  3  }>liu\ijie C^mrd  C0U. 

88   IIaiW!  the  vuice  of  love  aiul  mercy    y^uAikam  £vmiu,  i';:;      Muhlenberg Jfrp.Dr.  MmkUml^r^ 

80  lUrk  !  what  mean  those  holy  roicct . .  ..Rev.  J»km  Caw^tJ,  i3i6.  {  sib«i*  u*?**  ^'^' *'''•  ^'  ^'  ^*^' 

68  H»^rn.  «nnfT?  to  be  wis« TM»THit  ^cif,  xyfi St.  Kdmund L.  C.  Lmwrtme*. 

60  H..  on  roe  M^^:'  -» St.  Br»de Dr.  J/^mmrJ,  irro. 

107  I  i  ^n C.  .  ',  1S53  ..Uaacr  Hcrrschcr...C<r.,  W^.  //.  j|/*g,*. 

319  II -    - guardian  made iV.;.. ^t Swiss  Tunc H'urtemh^rg H.  B. 

198  I!    I       I  ihc  hosts  in  glory \s\kxc%M.  Bridgts^  \%^ Bridges tf.  J/.  IV.  [i»6a], 

259  li  .-:    V  Lai  the  voice  from  heaven  de- /V.  Watts,  1709 St.  Mary Dr.  BUw. 

479  111  .       t  unending  life [g,\\'cn.B.  BtJJ^mu,  d.  1795 Dennis. Ji.  G.  Smgtli. 

377  H.      :l'st,  who^c  sins  have  been    {mx-  Mttricai  Tialm Ilambui]g Dr.  L^m^U  Matn, 

125  Ik  -.  .  ..me.  let  every  knee  be  bent Dr.  H'attt Albano Vincent  S^t^tU. 

295  111    :i  "11  the  bending  willows  hung Dr.  S.  Sttnnett,  1795 Dadey W.  //.  DmrUy. 

243  Ills  lucicy  and  His  uuih MttrUai  Ptnlm Carlisle C.  L^kkmrt. 

145  Holy  Father,  great  Great.  ../>.^r,WV 1  cSl^edonuV.-.-.-.iJ'r.'L;^!^^- 

iEphcsus  (i) 7.   V  Iia.k. 
St.  Athanasius  (3  *kiut. 

HalleuO) ^'-'f'. 

144  H'ly,  holy,  holy  Lord J.  Af^mtfwmirrjr^iisi Hooilon L^...r.  ^  .».»^. 

138  Huly,  holy,  holy!  Lord  God B/.  Htb<r,  iSaj Nicara Rnr.  Dr.  Dyket. 

4  llosanna  to  the  living  Lord Bf.Hebtr ]  H3JISSI^*^ '       "^'"^   '^'^ /"^ii. 

44  How  beauteous  are  their  feet Dr.  H'attt Olmstead .'97»]- 

074  How  beautiful  the  feet  that  bring Rrr.  y.  Mastm,\(Ai St.  Matthew .  .    .^.. 

22 1   How  blcis'd  are  they  whaalways  keep . .  Metrical Ps t*<«,i77o.St.  David Ravm»crt/i^  i6«x. 

177  How  bright  these  glorious s^tirils  shine... /*'<i//j,i709,W^.£'.Ca««*-r-St.  Bartholomew. ..  <7r>r-if/riVA/. 

398  I  low  firm  a  foundation,  ye  saints Kirkham,Keitk  (/),i767.St.  Cyprian .  ikead. 

437  How  long  shall  earth's  alluring  to>>s Anne  Stt  tie  y\-jba Thaxted -.en. 

56  1  low  oft.  alas  !  this  w retched  heart Anne  StetU Old  Mart>-T» k  Psaltrr,  i«ii. 

395  How  sweet  the  Name  of  Jesus  sounds..    .Rrt\  J.  St^tcn,  1779. ..St.  Peter A.  R.  Reina^e. 

1 85  I  low  vast  must  their  ad vanUge  be Metricai  Psalm Gr^orian H  'alter  s  ^^MannsJ^ 

240  How  welcome  was  the  call Rev.  If .  I*',  .ffo^*^,  i86i.St.  George Dr.  Gamntlett. 

.__   ..  ...  ,  ,  n       T\   jj   'J  i  St.  Bride  (i) Dr.  /{^tcard.fno^ 

492  How  w  11  my  heart  endure Dr.   DodJrtJer ',  Cologne  (2J Mcndel»*kn\ 

35  How  wondrous  and  great /?/.//.  I'.  Onderdank. .  .hyotis Frem  Hajdn. 

457  I  love  my  God,  but  with  no  love  of  mine. i1/a^a/«/  Gmycm Guyoa ir.  //.  W.  [187a]. 

191   1  love  Thy  kingdom.  Lord Dr,  Dwigkt^  i3oo.. Cambridge Rev.  R.  Harrimm. 

226  1  think  when  I  read  that  sweet  story.  ...7. /.**«•,  1841 Rosslyn C.  R.  Cuff. 

93  I  would  not  live  alway Rev.DrMuklenhers,x%^\  vfi?c^"me  J^^^;;. -{J^//';^^,^;?^. 

420  111  praise  my  Maker  with  my  breath..  ..3f«'/r/V«i/ /**«//* Old  113th Dajs  Psalter,  i^bj. 

278  111  wash  my  hands  in  Innocence Metrical  Psalm St.  Ann Dr.  Crt>/t,  xttj. 

152  In  lou<l  exalted  strains BemJ.  Francis,  d.  1799. .  .Gopsal Fr^m  Handel. 

50  In  •  in  wrath Metrical  Psalm Aberyswith Rer.F^.G.OmttUy. 

443  !,,  !  trial J.  Mtmtgpmery^  1853 Entreaty £.  G.  M0mk. 

227  1:.  t  1  of  our  Father Gleaners H'.  H.  W.  [187*!. 

610  In  Thee  I  put  my  steadfast  trust yfctrica^  Psalm -^  ,'  '  Y.  '*'*** 

214  In  token  that  thou  shalt  not  fear Dean  Al/ard,  iSa Tal  ■v. 

339  In-spirrr  and  Hearer  of  prayer A*r.^./»f.r<^Afl>,i7s>.77St.  Editha Ker.Dr.lh^ 

368  Instruct  me  in  Thy  statutes.  Lord. Metrical  Psalm Redhead  (No.  »S)..^.  ^*^*/W 

444  Is  there  a  lone  an.l  dreary  hour Caroline  Gilman Meditation "^  Snr 

22  It  came  uix>n  the  midnight  clear. F.  I/.  Sears,  1S60 Westlake Fred^- 

97  It  i-J  not  death  to  die J     tkune..... )1 

419  Jehovah  reigns,  let  all  the  earth Metrical  Psalm -^  ^  .  ..  ,, 

407  Jcruvjicm!   high  lower  Iky  glorious  J  C#r*rii«.ir.^/.;riiV//j«/- «  ^  -n  Gms. 

>%4lU {      kam «  h  I  IK-,  1605. 

406  Jerusalem,  my  happy  hom  .Rev.  H'.  Burkitt,  t(>y>  ..y  Son(m%y .'..'...  Frem'l/andel.   ' 

493  Jerusalem,  the  golden St.  Bernard,  tx.  AVd/r . . Ewing Biske/  Eminf. 

393  Ic  u,lo%-crofmysoul Rev.  C.  WnifTy  «7^  •••  )  HoUi^deVaK.'lif^.'^?*''.*/*". 

225.;c.M.  mock  ami  gentle...  ...Rev.G.  R.  Prjrnne,\%^y\  '  ii'eVa)  M". //. 

,.  .,     ,,,  <.?/.     Ber^tmrd,     tiao.    tr.  <  !  Rev.  P' 

453  Jc  u.  the  very  thought  of  I  ...  -^      ^^  ^  Cmswmll...  >:    iamard  {i)...Rer:Dr..Muh/,m'erg 


INDEX    OF    HYMNS    AND    TUNKS. 

Htmx.  FiimrLiNC.  Aitmoh  ».»  Uvm.x.  Ttwi.  Cuwroais  na  S«f«cs. 

218.Jf.sus,  and  shall  it  ever  be 7.'jr'//*  Grig^,  1733 Federal  Street If.  K.  Oliver. 

99.  Jesus  C^hrist  is  risen  to-day Old  Latin  //ym«,lr.i75o.  ■[  liasIfr^llyia'Ca)'.  ll^'/Ll^lnk!  '  '^'^' 

236.  Jesus,  I  my  cross  have  Uken Kez'.  II.  F.  Lyte,  1833. .  .Sui)i)licalion /K.  //.  Moni: 

104. Jesus  lives ;  no  longer  now C.F.  Cellcrl.'LT.  Cox.xZ^j.Sr..  Albinus Dr.  GauntUlt. 

__-    ,  0111  ..,  ,      r,        nr      J    /T  r»  D   J  l^cst  ( i) Sir  G.  J .  F.lvey . 

394.  Jesus,  ray  Saviour  !  look  on  me John  Rons  Macduff, D.D.  -j  j^^    Gabriel  (2). . . .  Rev.  F.A  .G.  Ouseley. 

434. J csus,  my  strength,  my  hope  Rev.  C.  Wesley Hope Dr.  II.  S.  Cutler. 

33. Jesus!  Name  ut  wondrous  love Rev.  \V.  /F,  iVow,  1854..  Redhead,  No.  45. .  .^.   Redhead. 

284. Jesus  sliall  reign  wliere'cr  the  sun Dr.  jrntts,  ijig Warrington Rev.  R.  Harrison. 

352  Je:ius,  tender  Shepherd,  hear  nic Mary  L.  Duncan,  i339..Merton Sac.  Mus.  Cabinet. 

480  Jesus,  Thy  blood  and  righteousness ZiKzcndor/,\i^<);  y./Frj-Bowen Haydn. 

HOT        ni    .u     J       IV  r.u     ■     ►  nr  J    •     ,  n     r  UO' j  St.  Peter  (i) A .  R.Reinagle. 

112.  Joy  fills  the  dwellings  of  the  just Metrical  Psalm -j  ijej,ord  (2/. W.  Wheal. 

40.  Joy  to  the  world  !  the  Lord  is  come  Dr.  Watts,  1709 Chesterfield Dr.  Ila-ueis. 

892. Just  as  I  am,  without  one  plea Charlotte  Elliott,  1836  . .  -j  f  "c"spiA(2): '. '.'.%'r^C.  j/iv^ol' 

512.  Lead,  kindly  Light Dr.  J.  II.  Newtnan,  1833. Lux  Henigna RezK  Dr.  Dykes. 

w^e>.a  1       ,         X.            .     T-  .1        .      1                  -f    T-j       J         o  (  Dulce  Carmen  (i)Michael  Haydn. 

506. Lead  us,  heavenly  Father,  lead  us 7.  Edmeston,  1820 -j  Benedic  Anima(2)5/>  John  Goss. 

162.  Let  ine  with  light  and  truth  be  blcss'd. . .  Metrical  Psalm Mozart Mozart. 

121.  Lift  up  your  heads,  eternal  gates Metrical  Psalm Nativity H.  Lahee. 

108. Lift  up  your  glad  voices  in  triumph Henry   Ware,  Jr Triumph .9.  P.  Warren. 

39.  Light  of  those  whose  dreary  dwelling. .  .Rev.  C.  JFesley,  1744...  .Sardis Beethoven. 

195  Like  Noah's  weary  dove Rcv.Dr.Muhlenierg^iS^^Seren'ity C.  Bryan. 

,.       „ ^„o  ,..;m^i^    le  i„.^^„,ii„^  J-V-^^^«^'»«  ^760^^- "'"'''>' J  J^edhcadCi)....     R.  Redhead. 

l.Lo,  lie  comes,  with  clouds  descending,  -j      ^^^3^  ^  Cennici,i75^  .(Si.  Thomas  (2).. .  K  Nox-ello. 

38  Lo  !  hills  and  mountains  shall  bring  forth.  Metrical  Psalm St.  Francis G.  A.  Lohr. 

183.  Lo  !  what  a  cloud  of  witnesses J.  Logan Mear 

115.  Look,  yc  saints,  the  sight  is  glorious T.  Kelly,  1804 Coronae W.H.  Monk. 

251. Lord,  as  to  Thy  dear  Cross  we  flee Rev.  J.  II.  Giirney,  1838. St.  Etheldreda. ..     Bishop  Turton. 

(Storl  (i) Storl,  1744. 

165. Lord,  dismiss  us  with  Thy  blessing Rev.W.  Shirley,  1774.. ..  \  SicilianMar.H.(2) 

(  Benediction  (3)  ..Jerome  Hopkins. 
466 .  Lord,  for  ever  at  Thy  side J.  Montgomery,  1822 Weber Frotn  Von  Weber. 

269  -  Lord,  for  the  just  Thou  dost  provide Joseph  A  ddison Abridge Isaac  Smith,  1770. 

130- Lord  God,  the  Holy  Ghost J.  Montgomery,  1819 Chalvey Rez\  Dr.  Hayne. 

308  Lord  God,  we  worship  Thee J.  Frank,tT.Wink-'u/ortA.'S\in  danket  alle....7-   Crugtr. 

154.  Lord  !  in  the  morning  Thou  shalthear. . .  Dr.  Watts Armagh James  Turle. 

63 .  Lord,  in  this  Thy  mercy's  day Re^'.  I.  Williams,  1841 . .  St.  Philip W.  H.  Monk. 

172  Lord,  in  Thy  Name  Thy  servants  plead.  y?«rr'.  J.  Keble,  1837 Dunfermline Scotch  Psalter,  1615. 

800.  Lord,  lead  the  way  the  Saviour  went.. .  .Rev.Dr.Croswell,ii.\%-^\.S\,.  Leonard Dr.  Henry  Hiles. 

258.  Lord,  let  me  know  my  term  of  days Metrical  Psalm St.  Mary Play/ord's  IVr,i(>ji. 

170.  Lord  of  the  harvest,  hear Rev.  C.  Wesley Eastnor A.  King. 

157- Lord  of  the  worlds  above Dr.  Watts,  1719 St.  Godric Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

270  Lord,  pour  Thy  Spirit  from  on  high J.  Montgomery Hamburg Dr.  Lowell  Mason. 

241.1^rd,  shall  Thy  children  come Bp.  Samuel  Hinds.  Melita Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

173.  Lord,  spare  and  save  our  sinful  race.   Dunfermline Scotch  Psalter,  1615. 

400 .  Lord,  teach  us  how  to  pray  J.  Montgomery St.  Etheldreda Bishop    Turton. 

351  Lord,  when  this  holy  morning  broke O.  Ileginbotham,  1709. .  .Dortmund Hamb.  Choral  Book. 

an  Tj       1.  1        ,!_/-       rn.      .u  r.        rvr>/-f»o       j  Wind.sor  (i) Scotch  Psoltcr,  1615. 

69.  Lord,  when  we  bend  before  Thy  throne.A'tr^.  J.  D.  Carlyle,  1805.  -j  chrigts  Hosp.  (2) 

-,-.,,...,.,.  T-   r    t-  j  Witima  (i) Rev. Dr.  Muhlenberg 

454.  Lord,  with  glowing  heart J-.  S.  Aey I  St.  Chad  u) R.  Redhead. 

456. Love  divine,  all  love  excelling Rev.  C.  Wesley,  1740 St.  Joseph E.  J.  Hopkins. 

408.  Magnify  Jehovah's  Name Metrical  Psalm Parkman I.F.Tuckerman  M.D 

244. May  God  accept  our  vow Metrical  Psalm Cambridge Rev.  R.  Harrison. 

168.  May  the  grace  of  Christ,  our  Saviour  ...Rev.  J.  Xeivton,  1779.... Troy G.  Joseph,  Breslau. 

___,  ,,/..,,,          .    rr.,                               r>      r>  f           Q  j  St.  Ambrose  (i).  .Jf'. //.  i*/<7«,t. 

237. My  faith  looks  up  to  Thee Ray  Palmer,  1S30 -j  (j^lvary  (2). . . .  ..Braun. 

234. My  God,  accept  my  heart  this  day I.ym  Catholica Mear 

205.My  God,  and  is  Thy  table  spread Dr.  Doddridge,  1755.  -  -  •  -j  Duke  sfr^eeTlSi'.^.  Hat^ton. 

324. My  God,  how  endless  is  Thy  love Dr.  Watts,  1709 Barrington Ar.  J.  F.  Tkmpp. 

460.My  God,  how  wonderful  Thou  art Rev.  F  W.  Faber,xS,g..  \  v^^.^)^!^ '/^V 'Ar!j.  Turle^'  '^''' 

458. My  God,  I  love  Thee,  not  because F.A'avier,tT.E.Cam>all. Vim Adam  Krieger. 

aSe.My  0„.,,  ,ny  Father,  v.-hile  I  stray «„./...'„  ^.V,',..-,.  .S„. .  {  '^^X^^^^'^^7'"n  Sul:k^"' 


INDEX    OK    llYMNti    AND  TVNKa 
li«ii«.  Tic^r  LmB.  Arraos  o#  II(m<.  Tirws. 

57  Mr^^'^xl.  Pennit  mc  not  to  be Dr.lVmtt* St.  BmU. IV.  tf.  IK  {it$*]. 

817  MvGudI  the  cuveiuuit  o(  Tbjr  love Dr.  D*ddridc9 St.  Mary  Majfd  ,.  J  C^'tg^,  i«-* 

05  My  grateful  aoul  bhall  bless  the  Lord.... J///riV«//'M/M Si    " 

618  .My  hope,  my  MradU^t  truit Metricml  PtaJm |  ^ 

158  My  opening  eye.  with  rapture  sec Dr.  n'aSt, j  G?iJS"y^i;^  !  "il'^^^aiT^Jv^^^^^^ 

64  My  Mns,  my  sin5,  my  Saviour Ret:  J.  S.  B.  MeiueU,      MonseU Cfrmam. 

470  My  soul,  be  on  thy  guard Heath [i837-'65.Scbuiiuum. A'.  Sikumamm. 

430  .My  soul,  for  help  on  God  rely Metrical  Piiiim Meodon ^....Cermam. 

490.  My  soul,  inspired  with  sacred  love Metrical  Ptaim Frciborg J.S.  Beuk. 

804.  My  soul  with  grateful  thoughts Metrical  Pmlm Mear    

65  M y  soul  with  patience  wails Metrical Ptalm Eastnor A.  King. 

607  Nearer,  my  Go<l.  to  Thee ^--* ''•  ^''--'.  ^M- j  ij'S^^ST.//^  :;-.^^^^^^^^ 

320  New  every  morning  is  the  love Rev.  J.  Kehle^  1817 Melcombe Samuel  W'ehhe. 

437  N  o  change  of  time  shall  ever  shock Metrical  Psalm Kirke 

261  Not  for  the  dead  in  Christ  we  weep Mr,.  Barbauld,  1773    •.  ]  ?l^dJu  &V..''"  '^^^^^^*"^ 

184  Not  to  the  terrors  of  the  Lord Dr.  Watts St,  Ann Denby(r)^Dr.Cr0ft, 

347  Now  from  the  altar  of  our  hearu Rev.  J.  Maum^  1683 St.  Etheldreda Btskep  Tmrt^H. 

164  Now  may  He  who  from  the  dead Rev.  J.  Xewton,  1779 Redhead,  No.  48... /V.  Cammtlett. 

313  Now  may  the  God  of  grace  and  power..  Z>r,  Watts Winchester,  ^tvc.CrAsselius,  1560. 

75  Now,  my  soul,  thy  voice  upraising Tr.  Rev.  J.  Chandler  . .  .St.  Den>-s W.  H.  Monk. 

303  Now  thank  we  all  ourGod Tr.  Miu  C.  H'inJiwarth. Sun  danket  alle.-.J.   Crmgrr. 

385  Now  to  the  Lamb  tliat  once  was  slain.... Z>r.  ;f'<«//x St.  Mary  Magd 7.   Crmger,  1658. 

120.0  all  ye  peoj)le,  clap  your  hands Metrical  Psalm Truro Dr.  Bmmrjr,  1614. 

4130  bless  the  Lord,  my  soul Metrical  Psalm St.   Thomas 7.  Williams. 

10  ()  come,  all  ye  faithful Tr.  Rez:  F.  Oakeley  . . . .  Barnby Joseph  Barnhj. 

80  O  come  and  mourn  with  me  awhile Rev.  F.  W.  Faber St.  Cross Rev.  Dr.  Dykes, 

301 .0  come,  loud  anthems  let  us  sing Metrical  Psalm Park  Street I'enma. 

13  Ocoms.O  come,  Emmanuel 13th  Centmry,  tr.  Xeale  .Veni  Emmanuel.  ..Fr.Vissal  [W.//. IV.} 

374  O  could  I  speak  the  matchless  worth Samuel  .Medley,  1789 Magdalen  College. ,^rr.  Dr.Hayes,\rt<i. 

160  O  day  of  rest  and  gladness Bf>.  C.  Wcrdruftrrth,  1863. Hodges Dr.  J.  S.  B.  J/fidgts. 

435  O  for  a  doscr  walk  with  God W.  Ccnv/er,  1779 Alexandria. 

467 . 0  for  a  heart  to  praise  my  GckI Rev.  C.  Wesley,  174a Portsmouth /la rmtania  Per/.xjj/^ 

417.0  for  a  thousand  tongues  to  sing Rev.  C.  Wesley Lancaster Dr.  Hfv'/i^d,  176a. 

357  0  God  !  creation's  secret  force St.  Ambrose,  tr.  .<\Vd/^ ..  Redhead,  No.  4 ;  .  .;>. 

320  (>  (»od,  my  gracious  God,  to  Thee Metrical  Psalm Old   113th   •.'5<^J- 

414  0  Go<l,  my  heart  is  fix'd.  'tis  bent Metrical  Psahu Slyria ;  .,  .--.:. 

4730  God  of  Hethel,  by  Whose  hand Dr.  Doddridge,  1775 Arlington Dr.  Arue. 

245  0  GchI  of  hosts,  the  mighty  Lord .Metrical  Psalm St  Stephen Rev.  W.  Jonei. 

312  (1  God  of  love,  O  King  of  peace Rev.  H.  W.  Baker,  i86i .  Dismission St.  Alhan's  Tune-B. 

356a)  God  of  truth,  O  Lord  of  might 5Mw»^r-<»x<',tr.  Z>r..VVa//.  Redhead,  No.  4 Ancient  Melody. 

200  God,  our  help  in  ages  past Dr.  Watts^  1719 St.  Ann Deniy  (rt,Dr.Cr*/t. 

ee.Oer.ciou,G^,  in  Whom  I  lir. A..,SU,t. {  gS."^l:J;'„(.V. ::?;;- /7;:t^T  ""• 

335  O  happy  day  that  stays  my  choice Dr.  Doddridge Rockingham S.  Webhe. 

8S2.0  happy  is  the  man  who  hears J.  Logan Martyrdom /f.Wilsem[DrDykt$\ 

1  oA  <^i  u  1      u  1  .   u   1  .  I  ^,A                              ^'^-  7-  '*"'•  Rast^rm,  d.  ♦  Winch*lerNew(i)CrA»xr/iw,i6so. 
130  O  holy,  holy,  holy  Lord   ^g,^ .'...'jTrinity  (a) .Martin  LutJUr,ts3». 

10  f)  Je«>,  Thoti  art  •standing Rev.  W.  M'.  //#w,  1864. .St.  Hilda.  Rev.  E.  Hnthamd. 

388  <>  <  f Rev.  K.  If.  Bi.kerstetk,  Co\CT\ St.  Albans  Tune^B. 

300  <  )  el J.'>kn  Logan [i8s8.St.   Stephen Rev.W.Jcnes. 

270  C)  I .  '''  -      -  ;;lory  fills Rev.  Dr.  Keale,  1844. .. .  Pl«)'ford J.  Play/.^d,  1671. 

178  (i  Ivord.  the  Holy  Innocents Tr.  From  German Alstone C.  E.  Willing. 

408  0  Lord,  Thy  mercy,  my  sure  tope Metrical  Psalm Freiburg J-^-  Ba4.h. 

405  <>  mother  dear,  Jerusalera  .  .David Dickson,  1650 Jerusalem C.  F.  R. 

500  O  P.radise,0  Paradi«.  ..Rrv.  W.  F.  FaAer,   .86a.  ]  {^"^'gj  {jj;;  ;•  J^^^^^^ 

4 1 2  f  >  praise  the  I-ord  In  that  ble«  place. . . .   Metrical  Ptalm Rrockham 7fre.  Clarke^  1700. 

406  '  >  prabe  ye  the  Lord Metrical  Ptalm Hanorer Htindel. 

416  0  render  thanks  to  God  above Metrical  Psalm Chantry K. 

OT  r^  — >._J  11.^^    »»^<.  ..^..^^..^  ^  St.Bernrd  t>/Clairva'x,\'9lLSeviQXi^)xoinM\)" 

87  O  sacred  Head,  once  wounded -^     tr./>r.7l#<.4/«ai.^^r.  )  Parker  (a) V  J 

136  O  Spirit  of  the  livmg  God J.  Montgomery^  iSas.    ..Melcombtt .S.  **VA*r. 

380  O  that  mv  load  of  sin  were  gone Rr^.  C.  Wesley,  174a Penitence St.  Albans  Tnne-B. 

66. 0  Thou  from  whom  all  goodno»  flows. .  Rev.  T.  Haweis,  179a Mercy ~,H.\dauerCh.B.\^%l 


INDEX    OF    HYMNS    AND    TUNES. 

Hnm.  FiB«  I.iN«.  ALnion  or  IIvms.  Tukb.  CuMroaKa  on  Sulccb. 

886. 0  Thou  thai  hcar'st  when  sinners  cry.  ..Dr.  Walts Saxony Old  German. 

617. 0  Thou  to  Whom  all  creatures  bow Metrical  Psalm Bishopthorpc Dr.Jcr.  Clarke. 

62.0  Thou  to  Whose  all-searching  sight.  ..Tr.  Rex>.  J.  Wesley Grace  Church PUycl. 

268. 0  Thou  Who  diidst  prepare Rev.  C.    Wesley Morniiigton Lord  Morningtim, 

281 . 0  'twas  a  joyful  sound  to  hear Metrical  Psalm Nativity //.  Lahcc. 

513 . 0  where  shall  rest  be  found J.  Montgomery,  1819. . . .  -|  A^ph^J J- •  "•  '•  '•  *•  '•  '•  '^.  //•  W '•  [1851!. 

294. 0  why  should  Israel's  sons James  Joyce,  1809 Gregory German   \H'.n.W.'\. 

280. 0  with  due  reverence  let  us  alV Metrical  Psalm Farrant Rich.  Farrant,  1580. 

O  Wisdom!  spreading  mightily "1 

C)  Root  of  Jesse  !  Ensign  Thou  !  .   ...      ,  ,       >    i    /•    .      t^  \ 
/^  1   _     i'„  ;■        .      1   T->      •  1-    I.-        I  Advent  Antnc}fts  ;  1  r.  j 

'  \\  B^>'-'>y'"P  '"'"'}.  I-'t'^.'-nal  Light  \...\     ^^^         ,866  , ,: 

VI  Kmg!  desire  ol  nations!  come 1 

LO  Law-giver!   Emmanuel!  King!. ..J 

862 . 0  Word  of  God  Incarnate Rcz'.  W.  W.  How,  1857 . .  Aurclia Dr.  S.  S.  Wesley. 

619. 0  worship  the  King Sir  Robert  Grant,  1839  •  Hanover Handel. 

228. 0  write  upon  my  memory,  Lord Dr.  Watts Gregory German   [ir.H.iy.]. 

288. O'er  the  gloomy  hills  of  darkness W.  Williams,  d.  1791..  .Nodine W.  H.  ;P'.  [1872]. 

jk^r^  r^c-     A                 ^  ■                                         \  H.  K.  White,  1806  \_Miss  (  Redhead  No.48(i)i9r.   GauntUtt. 
477.  Oft  m  danger,  oft  m  woe -j      j^faitland,  1827] \  Richards  (2)..   .  ..Brinley  Richards. 

^  0  /^     T      .      .    1      1   ..      T^       •  .•  T'      n       «v    /^/       v/  (  Winch'terNew(i)Crflfj<"//;/j. 

12. On  Jordan's  bank  the  Baptist's  cry Tr.  Rev.  J.  Chandler...  ^  Hudson  (2)... . ...//'.  H.  W.  [1872]. 

286. On  Sion  and  on  Lebanon B/>.  H.  U.  Ondcrdonk . .  .Hermann N.  Hermann. 

197. One  sole  baptismal  sign Robert  Robinson,  i7So...01d  148th Rev.  J.  Darwell. 

233.  Once  in  royal  David's  city C.  F.  Alexander Irby Dr.  Gauntlett. 

8. Once  more,  O  Lord,  Thy  sign Bp.  G.  W.  Doane St.  Chrysostom....Z>r.  C.  Tye,  1553. 

48. Once  more  the  solemn  season  calls Tr.  Re7>.  J.  Chandler  ... .  Ulm Adam  Krieger. 

111.  Once  the  angel  sUrted  back   Bp.  Williams Hallett J.  JI.  Shepherd. 

000  r»^,...,,i    r-i,,:..:^^  e^n;^,o  'j  Rev.   S.  Baring-Gottld,  J  St.  Alban  (i) Haydn  \_Dr.  Dykes'], 

232.0mNard,  Christian  soldiers j      ^^^ f \\si.  Anhyn  (2)....  R.  Redhead. 

132. Our  blest  Redeemer,  ere  He  breathed... //arr;V/ ^«3£^r,  1829.   ..St.  Cuthbert Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

249. Our  hearts  to  Thee  in  prayer Rev.  R.  M.  Benson Stewart St.  Alban" s  Tune-B. 

U7.0ur  Lord  is  risen  frcnlh.  dead K.:..  C.  n;.U, ''J??^S^!^::::'S.Mt:tr^^ 

91 .  Pain  and  toil  are  over  now Cecil  F.  Alexander Strattner Straitner,  1691. 

875 .  l*eacc,  troubled  soul Samuel  Scott Griswold From  Mczart. 

200 .  Pleasant  are  Thy  courts  above Rev.  H.  F.  Lyte,  1834 . .  St.  George 9/V  G.J.  Flvey. 

805. Praise,  O  praise  our  God  and  King Rv.SirH  .W .Baker  ,\%6i  .^'i.oviV.Xz.XiCi {J.  B.  Wilkes.] 

802.  Praise  to  God,  immortal  praise Afrs.  Barbauld,  1773 Dix Conrad Kochner. 

1 82 .  Praise  to  God  who  reigns  above Rev.  R.  M.  Benson Lubeck Ger.    [  W.  H.  Monk]. 

181.  Praise  we  the  Lord  this  day St.  George Dr.  Gauntlett. 

404 .  Prayer  is  the  soul's  sincere  desire J.  Montgomery,  1819 . . . .  -j  |d^^(^5^^  (O- .  - . .  Rev.Dr^^pykes 

465. Quiet,  Lord,  my  froward  heart Rev.  J.  Ne'Mton,  1779 Cassell German. 

5. Rejoice,  rejoice,  believers Laurent i,  Xx .Berthivick.^lxxnxch German  Mefy,  1648. 

90.  Resting  from  His  work  to-day Rev.  T.  Whilehead,iZ^2.Kcd\i&a.A,  No.  76.. .R.  Redhead. 

297  Rich  are  the  joys  which  cannot  die Dr.  Doddridge Tottenham T.  Greatorex. 

73 .  Ride  on  !  ride  on  in  majesty Dean  Milmatt,  1S27 Rousseau W.  U '.  Rousseau. 

Se.Rise     crowd    «i.h    light,    imperially  .j  ^SLl":ril-Lwl'."?t  aS'J^.V. 

Salem.r.se f  •■  (  Salem(3)  ..•......' IC. //.  H '.  l,8;2.] 

447. Rise,  my  soul,  and  stretch  thy  wings R.  Seagrave,  1742 Amsterdara Dr.  Nares. 

\  Faith  (it Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

391 .  Rock  of  •'Vges,  cleft  for  me Rez'.  A .  M.  Toplady,  1776.  ■<  Leipsic  (2> German  Choral. 

f  Reahead  No.76(3)A'.  Redhead. 

431.  Round  the  Lord  in  glorj'  seated Bp.  Mant,  1837 Moultrie Rev.  Gerard  Cobb. 

14.Ruler  of  Israel,  Lord  of' Might Lord  Nelson,  1866 Mclita Re-.'.  Dr.  Dykes. 

262  Safe  Home,  safe  Home  in  port [  ^^'dlumf^o  %.  *Neafe"'.  \  ^^°^'^'  ^<S»*» ^''-  <^''''^''- 

350  Safely  through  another  week Rev.  J.  Ketvton,  1779 Verona J.  H.  Deane. 

304 . Salvation  doth  to  God  belong Dr.  Doddridge Mozart From  Mozart. 

369 .  Salvation,  O  the  joyful  sound Dr.  Watts,  1709 \  i'sh"ey"w.''.'  -^'^  '• '  Dr.^Madan.' 

169 . Saviour,  again  to  Thy  dear  Name Rez\  J.  Ellerton Pax  Dei Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

229. Saviour,  like  a  shepherd  lead  us Rev.  G.  Dujffield Jesu  Bone  Pastor.  ./>r.  J.  H.  Willcox. 

870.Saviour,  source  of  every  blowing R.R.iin„. {  ?ru%'"°.°  !:':.^:J,/^*,';'""-'- 

53.S.iviour,  when  in  dust  to  Thee Sir  Rottrl  Grant.  1815.  ]  Spanish  Chant  (it)'^''"  ""'""• 


INDKX     or    IIVMNS    AM>    1  I  N  KS. 

326  Saviour,  %\hcn  u.^Ul  involves  the  bkicu.Jlrv. 

£13  S.V.CUI.  Hhv  Thy  flock  art  feeding ^'''■^''^''**^*^''^*^^''^'i\STu^iui  {,)  r  ^    ^'^      *     6.^8 

31  Sec  the  destined  day  arise B/.  Mamt Redhead,  No.  47..  ; 

403  M.c|.herd  dt v ;ue.  our  want*  relieve Hfv.  C.  Wt$Uy Armagh j 

210  MiC|  Lcrd  of  sculs,  refresh  and  blest M^raviam St    Agnes  Art-.  Dr.Dyktt. 

23  Shout  ll.e  Rlad  tiding* R:v.Dr.MukUnUrt,xZ,s  \  aI'IJ  ^r*'  A'^*'^"'  ^'^"  *^' 

478  Sif\cc  Ive  known  a  Saviour's  Name Rcp.  C.  Wetley Russell  PUcc.    [(i)5/V  W.  S.  BcnmeU. 

432  i.ii.g  Alleluia  forth  in  duteous  praise..   \  S''*.^*'*'*"'/.  ^'  R*'-  7- J  ^H^}"^  ,;^ "''*"'» Ti'.">f*  Bamky. 

■\      LUcrt»m |  Alleluia  Tcrcn  (j)  M  .//.  .Vp«it. 

373  Sing,  my  soul.  His  wondrous  love ■!  ¥,'''"!r''"^*!  ^"     T;  "'.  ^ {•.:?';,  .„, 

iThcodora  uj  ....y/iin^r/ l/f'.y/./f.). 

69  Sinner,  rouse  thee  from  thy  sleep j5f/.  //.  U.  ^N</rr<A>»v^. .. Beethoven Frcm  Bettkattn. 

54  Sinners!  turn,  why  will  yc  die Rev.  C.  Wesley^  1756. ..  .Benevento S.  Wtkbr. 

340  Softly  now  the  light  of  day Bf.  G.  W.  Doant,  1824 . .  Weber Frtm  \'t>m  W'rhrr. 

2iesoiJi„,„rci.ris.,.ns, '^-'^•''"'•s'.''*"--  {^?rr,'?t'«(i;'./^wr'"- 

423  Song,  of  pr.,«  the  angel. sang 7.  ^t..tt,m„,.  .to, {  ^^^^h::.l''jt':'i-i:^: 

47  Sons  of  men,  behold  from  far Rev.  C.  H'esley,  173^  ...Innocents 7'Jkikay/,  1954. 

292  Souls  in  heathen  darkness  lying Ceci/  J-.  A/examJer,iSyi.SaiXe-'Wcimu Aiu't  Mei^iy,  iM. 

298. Sow  in  the  morn  thy  seed J.  Montgvmery Steggall Dr.  Cfiat.Ste^MI. 

133  P,.iri.ofm.rcy,  truth,  and  lov. R„..  J,.  '»-.  A>^,  .775...  {  S"„','^,^<"[;;;;i;,^,.»'7i'is,l. 

124  Stand  up.  my  soul,  shake  oflTthy  fears... />r.  Watts,  1709 Manly J.  Bishop,  1737. 

387.Siay,  Thou  long-suffering  Spirit,  stay . . . Rett.  C.  Wesley Federal  Street //.  A'.  Oliier. 

330. Sun  of  my  soul.  Thou  Saviour  dear Rev.  J.  h'eble,  1827 -j  ""/^Jn*'  {^J *Beet\Zem''  '^^"^ 

476  Supreme  In  wisdom  as  in  power J- Lc^n \ll"r^^t:.^Ss::^^^^^ 

150  Sweet  is  the  work,  my  God,  my  King.  ..Dr.  Watts,  1719 Morning  Hymn Bartkcleman. 

338  Sweet  Saviour,  bless  us  ere  we  go A'rt'.  A".  IK /-Vi^*^,  1849..  St.  Matthias  . ,       ..W.I/.  Monk. 

84  Sv\  ect  the  moments,  rich  in  blessing Rex'.  W.  Shirley,  1774  . .  .Turnau German. 

263  Tender  Shephcr.l,  Thou  hast  still'd Tr.  Winkivc>rth,  1858  .  ..Meinhold German  {Baeh\. 

3    niat  day  of  wrath,  that  dreadful  day..]  ^J;Xw^'ifirT.^"?!.•^^  \^1uTsin^.  "^^'"" 

32  The  ancient  law  departs Abbe  Besnault,  1720;  Ir.St.  Michael Day  s Ptalter ,  x^Sk^ 

118  The  atoning  woik  is  done T.  Kelly [i86i.Christ  Church Dr.  C.  Stecc*^- 

202  The  Church's  one  foundation Rev.  J.  S.  Stcne Aurclia S.S.  Wesley,  Mms.D, 

340  The  day  is  gently  sinking Bp.  C.Wordrtvorth Evening German. 

334  Th.  day  i.  pas.  and  gone  /.  i^W |  EV^S^.-.r^?.:!'^"-- 

341  The  day  is  past  and  over St.  Anatolius,    450,    tr.  St.  Atiatolius. Arthur  H.  Br^n-m, 

846  The  day  of  praise  is  done Anne  Steele   [.NV.i/^.Emmaus 7^fM  Barnby, 

i/\K  TV,-  A^„  ^f  u,.=..rr#.#-f;r.fi  '  •^'-  7''**  Damascene ,jio\  S  Dorking  (O Gecrn  Cooker. 

105  The  d*y  of  Resurrection -j      ^/  j,^,    ^^   Neaie..:AGxt^v(^d.\i)....LauTanne'Psalter. 

212  The  gentle  Saviour  calls Dr.  Doddridge InviUtion Dr.  It.  S.  Cutler. 

141  The  (iotl  of  .\braham  praise Tkcmas  Olivers,  177a. .  .Leoni Jnvisk  Melody. 

30  The  (iod  of  life.  Whose  constant  care  ...Dr.  Doddridge Angels*  Hymn O.  Gibbons,  i6a3. 

361  The  heavens  declare  Thy  glory,  Lord... /?r.  Watts,  1798 Bowen Haydn. 

jtaA  Tu^  viwim  ^ri.^vo  mv  <sh«>Mhorri  i«  )  ^^'-  ^"'  ''•  "  •  ^'»*<'»'.  j  Shepherd  (i) Rev.  Dr.  Dykes. 

464  The  King  of  Un  e  m>  Shepherd  is ^      ^3^^ j  Domin.reB:tme<a)7.  //.  Ske/kerd. 

600  The  I.ord  descended  from  above Metrical  Psalm Redhead,  No.  >). .  .R.  Redkead. 

11    The  lord  hath  sjmke,  the  mighty  \joxA.. Metrical  Psalm Swiss  Tune Wurtemberg  If.  B. 

438  The  I.ord  Himself,  the  mighty  God Metrical  Psalm Nottingham Dr.  Jer.  Clarke. 

504  The  I-tird  my  pasture  shall  prepare Joseph  A ddi ton,  1718 Good  Shepherd  ..  J.  I.  T. 

616  The  1-ord  our  (iod  is  clothed  with  might. //rwrj  A'.  Wkite St.    Kulbert Dr.  GauntUtt. 

196  The  l^rd.  the  only  God,  is  great Metrical  Ptalm St.  Peter i.  R.  Reiuagie. 

6  The  I-ord  unto  my  lord  thus  s)Mike Metrical  Psalm Old   113th Pat's  Psalter,  1563. 

2  The  Ix>rd  will  come  ;  the  earth B/.  Heher,  1811 Cannons Handtl. 

41  The  Name  of  our  God Metrital  Psalm Hanover Dr.  Cro/l. 

119  Thr  rising  God  for«akr<  the  tomb Watts— Wesley Samson Handel. 

79    n.    r  .  rd  go /rr/.wrt/w.^So.tr.Wa/i-.Vexilla  Regis Rev.  J.  H.  Ho/kins. 

122  T!  will Metrical  Psalm Si.  Paul Dr.  Greene. 

037    ri.  ut:  hours Adelaide  Procter,  1858.   St.  I-COnard Dr.  Henry  HiUs. 

176  Tl  forth  to  war Bp.  He.her,  liij All  SainU Dr.H.S.  Cutler. 

608  Tl..  i  nt  on  hich Jose^  .4 </.//«7n,  17*8. ..  .Creation Hmydn. 

134  The  Spirit  in  our  hcarU .  .B^.H.U.Ossderdouk.xZtfSi.  Helena \IV.U.  Mouk^ 


INJ>i:X    UF    ilVMNS    AND    TUNK.S. 

HTmr.  Fir.sr  I.i>E.  Al  riion  ov  IItmv.  Ti»«.  CovroaKR  ob  SoiscB. 

425.  The  strain  upraise  of  joy  and  praise GodcueUus^     1050  ;     tr.  Hayes'  Chant Dr.  Hayes. 

103  Tl'.e  strife  is  o'er,  the  battle  done Rev. Francis  /W/.  [AVa/t-.  Victory From  Falestrina. 

345.  1  he  sun  is  sinking  fast Lnttn,  tr.  E.  Cara/a//... Twilight Rev.  J.  H.  Hopkins. 

384  The  voice  of  Jree  grace Thoruby Scotland Dr.  Clarke. 

248    The  voice  tliat  breathed  o'er  Eden Rev.  J.  Keble.,  1857 Eden St.  Albans  Tune-B. 

353  The  \ving«?d  herald  of  the  day Latin  Jfyinn,  tr.  iVtvj/f..  Red  head,  No.  4 A  ncienl  Melody. 

490 . The  world  is  very  evil j  ^^'iafr'il'.'^ielfle^'Z'.  \  ^carsall St.Gall,Lath.Ges.  B. 

461  Thee  will  I  love,  my  strength Silesius^ir.R\'.J.  U  Vj/.-^. Carey's  Tune Henry  Carey.,  1730. 

317  There  is  a  blessed  Home Rev.  Sir.  H.  W.  ^^Xvr. Peace Sir  G.  J.  Flvey. 

3G7  There  is  a  Hook,  who  runs  may  read Re^i.  J.  Keble.,  1827 Redhead,  No.  i()...R.  Redhead. 

468. There  is  a  fold  whence  none Bp.  East Astra Dr.  Gauntlett. 

383. There  is  a  fountain  fill'd  with  blood W.  Coivper^  1779 Martvrdom H .\ViUon\_DrDykes'\ 

831  .Thee  is  a  grocn  hill  far  away CV„7  F.  AU.ar.<,.r,.%,^.  \  ^§SSc^^^:^: l^^>:'^:-  "' 

488  There  is  a  land  of  pure  delight Dr.  l^^atts,  1709 Chesnut  Ridge /r. //.  /F.  [i860]. 

238  Thine  for  ever:— God  of  love Mary  F.  Maude,  1848..  .Evermore Dr.  Gauntlett. 

159  This  is  the  day  of  light Rev.  J.  Ellerton Swabia Gcr.  {Dr.  Havergaf^ 

06. This  life's  a  dream,  an  empty  show Dr.  Watts Playford yoAu  JVay/brd,  1671. 

275. This  stone  to  Thee  in  faith  we  lay y.  Montgomery.,  1822 Playford 

113  Thou  art  gone  up  on  high Emma   Toke,  1851 Fairfield Rev.  P.  LaTrobe. 

253. Thou  art  my  hiding-place,  O  Lord Thomas  Raffles^  D.D.  ..St.  Matthew Dr.  Cro/t,  1700. 

501. Thou  art  the  Way,  to  Thee  alone Bp.  G.  IV.  Doar.e,  1826. .London ..Dr.  Cro/t  {^?) 

203. Thou,  God,  all  glory,  honour,  power John  Patrick Bristol Dr.  Ed-M.  Hodges. 

515. Thou  hidden  love  of  God TerstcegcnM-  7-  /Frj/o'St.  Matthias IV.  H.  Monk. 

52. Thou,  Lord,  by  strictest  search Metrical  Psalfn Wareham W'm.  Knapp,  1760. 

459. Thou  Whom  my  soul  admire* Dr.  Watts Vespers //'.  //.  Hart. 

146. Thou,  Whose  Almighty  word Rer/.^ohn  Marriott,iSi6.Stohe\ [Dr.  Havergal.] 

415  Through  all  the  changing  scenes Metrical  Psalm Bedford // 'm.  li'heall,  1699. 

342. Through  the  day  Thy  love   has  spared  I  7,    ,,  ,.     ,5^  j  Albert  {D HeinrichAlbert,i6i3 

us  .    :.....  f  •'•  ^''^^■^'  ^^°^ 1  Lavana  (2.) Walters  Chorals. 

110. Thus  God  declares  His  sovereign  w'lW ...  Metrical  Psalm Tiverton Grigg. 

51. Thy  chastening  wrath,  O  Lord Metrical  Psalm Burford Henry  Purcell,iC^. 

_,  ^,      ,  .       ,  ^  i^     ,  r.        T     ir       }  (  St.  Cecilia  (i) Rev.  Dr.  Hayne. 

7. Thy  kingdom  come,  O  God Rev.  L.  Hensley -j  c^oton  (2). //'.  //.  ;/'.  [1870]. 

..__,  T       J    L    ...  f    i      i,r  A    •     1  r,     t  I  Bowen  (1) From  Haydn. 

448. Thy  presence,  Lord,  hath  me  supplied.  Metrical  Psalm -j  Rgijance  (2) 7.  Bnrnby. 

254.  Thy  way,  not  mine,  O  Lord H.  Bonar„  D.D.,  1856.  ..Baxter U.  C.  Bur  nap. 

366. Thy  word  is  to  my  feet  a  lamp Metrical  Psalm Heysham jf.  Wilson. 

85.'Tis  finished  :  so  the  Saviour  cried Dr.  S.  Stennctt Redhead,  No.  12.  ..Ancient  Melody. 

445. 'Tis  my  happiness  below W.  Co^'per St.  Columba Angl.  Hymn-Book. 

285.  To  bless  Thy  chosen  race Metrical  Psalm Moccas A.  R.  Reinagle. 

__,  ^    ,    .,  T,.        .  .         e  riT  V    r  j  Horslev  (O W.  Horsley,  Mus.B. 

27. To  hail  Thy  rising.  Sun  of  l:fe J.  Logan -j  S^   Eli»beth  (2)..  /r.  //.  //'.  [1848]. 

109. To  Him  Who  for  our  sins  was  slain A.  T.Russell,  1851 Alleluia Henry  Wilson. 

204.  To  Jesus,  our  exalted  Lord Anne  Steele Stewart St.  Albans  Tune-B. 

372. To  our  Redeemer's  glorious  Name Anne  Steele Barby W.  Tansur,  1760. 

316. To  Sion's  hill  I  lift  my  eyes Metrical  Psalm Oxford Coombs. 

163 . To  Thy  temple  I  repair J.  Montgomery,  1825 Prucn Sir  F.  A .  G.  Ouseley. 

827- To-morrow,  Lord,  is  Thine Dr.  Doddridge,  1755   ...Eastnor A.King. 

-.««.  rr,  .          L      .  o-       I  I-.-..  »u     u      J                    r,      T^  jj   •  1                       I  Wareham  (1)...      W.  Knapp,  1760. 
102.TnumphantSion!  litt  thy  head Dr.  Doddridge ,  Samson  (2).. Handel. 

321. Up  to  the  hills  I  lift  mine  eyes Dr.  Watts,  1719 Waring W.H.  W.  [187a], 

43.  Watchman  !  tell  us  of  the  night Sir  John  Bo-vring St.  George Sir  G.  J.  Elvey. 

822 .  We  build  with  fruitless  cost,  unless Metrical  Psalm St.  Francis G.  A.  Lbhr. 

143.  We  give  immortal  praise Dr.  Watts St.  Peter's,  Man.....ff.  R.  Ross. 

299.  We  give  Thee  but  Thine  own Re-j.  W.  W.  Hozu,  1854.. Cambridge R.  Harrison. 

78.  We  sing  the  praise  of  Him  Who  died....  T.  Kelly,  1820 Devotion J.  I.  T. 

67 .  Weary  of  earth,  and  laden  with  my  sms.Rev.  J.  S.  Stone Langran James  Langran. 

70 .  Weary  of  wandering  from  my  God Rev.  C.  Wesley,  1749 Wavertree W.  Shore. 

,^„„,  ,  .  J  «•        ♦  n      ur  J,  jCadwell(i) W.W.Rousseau. 

147.  Welcome,  sweet  day  of  rest Dr.  Watts .j  Bankfield  u) Eer:  R.  Harrison. 

223 .  What  a  strange  and  wondrous  story y  CondKension(2).yaf . ' Mus.  Cabinet. 

,^,   „„  1.        .     u  •   u.  -v    -r     ..  o  i  Cecilia  (1) R.  Redhead. 

494.^^  hat  are  these  in  bright  array J.  Montgomery,  1819...    ,  R„pture  (2) From  Haydn. 

257  Whatecr  my  God  ordains  is  right Tr.  Miss  C.  Wink^twrth.Q&sXrOi. W.H.  W.  [1872]. 

426 .  When  all  Thv  mercies.  O  my  God Joseph  A ddison,  1728  .. .  Winchester  Old Michael  E%te,  1552. 

250.  When  gathering  clouds  around Sir  Robert  Grant,  1839. . Brownell From  Haydn. 


lM)i:\     OF    HYMNS    AM)    TINKK. 


136 
210 
463 
883 

83 

230 
293 
46 
26& 
262 
814 
266 

380 
18 

441 
31 


FlMTLiai.  AiTMo«  o»  llraa. 

>Vhcn  God  of  old  came  down Rfv.  J.  Ktble^  lis/.. 

NV  hen  I  III  ulvaliun  bringing J.  Kimx 

When  1  can  read  tny  tale  clear Dr.  IVtUts 

When  1  c&n  truirt  tuy  all  wiih  God Jttiak  Ccnder 

When 


y.  hletUgomery^  iSss  . . 
/?/.  //.  v.  Omdtrdonk.. 
lltHryK.  IV kite,  1803... 
Rev.  Gerard  A'<v/,i84i . 
Dran  Milman^  i8m.  — 
1813 


77 
436 

71 
427 
199 
277 
233 
411 
290 
171 


survey  ibc  wondrous  Cross Dr.  Wattt^  1709 

When  Jesus  left  His  Kalhei's  throne. 

When.   !."iv1,  to  this  our  ^•      •    ■  ■  '     vj 

W  !..   I  :;.uisl,aird  on  the  1 

\S  hc.i  inusin^j  Sorrow  \V(  . 

When  our  heads  are  bowed  with  woe 

When  streaming  from  the  eastern  skies../*'.  Skrubtolt^  Jr 

When  through  Uie  torn  sail  the  wild  ♦  « .    „  , 

tcm pest S    r-  "*''"' 

\Vhen  wounded  sore,  the  stricken  soul. .  C.  F.  AUxamder^  1858  . 

While  shepherds  watched  their  flocks  >  .^x^—  t.*,   .^, 
by  night y\akumTate,iTO-i 

While  Thee  I  seek,  protecting  Power.  ..HtUn  M.  Williams 

While  with  ceaseless  course  the  sun Rev.  J.  Nru/ton.,  1779. . 

Who  is  this  that  comes  from  Edom T.  Kelly 

Who  place  on  Sion's  Cod  their  tnist Metrical  Psalm 

WSth  broken  heart  and  contrite  sigh C.  Elven,  1853 

With  glory  clad,  with  strength  SLxnycd..Metri£al  Psalm 

With  joy  shall  I  behold  the  day Jamet  Merrick,  »744-- 

VVith  one  consent  let  all  the  earth Metrical  Psalm 

^^■itncss.  ve  men  and  anfrels  now B.  Beddemt,  1818 

^'c  N'Mimilcss  realms  of  joy Metrical  Psalm 

^  c  (  hristian  heralds,  go  proclaim 

Vc  iCTvaaUi  of  Ihc  Lord Dr,  Djddridst^  1755 ... 


Trwc. 
.  Wincboer  Old.  ...M.  Est*,  isgt. 

. Joseph lr«m  Mekmt. 

.Manoab Frttn  '' 

.Palmyra J.Su, 

I  Rockingbain(i)../V.  .' 

'  I  Berlin  \a) 6V«.  i^eutmArk,  165a 

.  WestUke Frederick  WestUke, 

. Treves lieimriK k  JtoMf^i^j^, 

Kirke 

hangor It'm.  Tansur^  173d. 

Redhead,  No.  47. . .  R.  Redkead. 

.  Brownell 11  ay  dm. 

»  <^      \'  "is  (i)..A'rr.  7 nt. 

A.i> 


Mc, 


(  Dundee  u> "5. 

Jl  Anglia  <i) /j. 

■  '♦  Nottingham  (a) . .  -     .     

.  St.  Peter A    R.  Reimagt*. 

.  Haren Dlmmrr.thal. 

j  Palms  (0 Hen'^ 

{  Vision  (a) W.  h 

.St.  James R.  L\  o. 

Penitence Ht.  Alham  s  Imme-B. 

Stewart St.Atkam's   Tmme-B. 

. Purleigh A.  Brrxn, 

Old  Hundredth...  <7«//  /V««r,  1543. 

,  Armagh James  Tmrle. 

.  Darwell. Rrr.  J.  Darmfell, 

Missionary  Chant  . C.  Zeumer. 

N*rcnza G€r\Dr.Harereml\. 


METRICAL    INDEX 


Alstone  178 

Anpels'  Hymn  —  30,  418' 

Anpclus g^i  '33' 

Harrington 324 

I'.artholdy 387 

Hcrlin 83' 

Howen 361,  448',  480 

Hrockham...ii7>,  371,  4" 

Cannons 2 

e  hantry 3»8',  4»6 

C.oleraan.... 133' 

Darley 295 

Devotion 78 

Dies  lUa 3 

Dismission 271,  312 

Dortmand 351 

Duke  Street 205" 

Eisenach  328,  410 

Federal  Street..  ..218,  387 

Freiburg 498,  -499 

Germany..  158',  336'^  450' 

Gotha 403 

Grace  Church.  62, 

142',  166,  167,  240 
Gregory....  158',  228,  294 

Hamburg 270,  377 

Hebron 3«8' 

Hudson 12" 

Hursley 336* 

Intercession 131,  153 

Kirke 46,  437 

Luton 407 

Manly 124 

Meditation 444 

Melcombe i=6,  329 

Mendon 273=',  439 

Missionary  Chant. .  .273', 

290,  429''' 

Morning  Hymn... 150, 332 

Mozart 162,  304 

Notker 142',  446' 

Old  looth...  277,  289,  405I 
"     (ancient  iorm) . .  405' 

Park  Street 301 

Penitence 71,  161,  389 

Playford . . 96,  275,  276 

Pollock 215 

Redhead,  Xo.  4 353 

354,  355i  356,  357 
»'     No.  12.. 85,  359,  379 

Reliance 448'' 

Repose 260' 

Requiem  260' 

Rockingham.83',  205',  235 

Rousseau 73 

Samson 119,  192'* 

Saxon V "?36 

Sebastian 41S' 

Stewart 204,  249,  427 

St.  Basil 57 

St.  Cross 89 

St.  Faith 409 

St.  Jerome 446' 

St.  Paul 122 

St.  Vincent 343 

Sweden 325 

Styria 414 

Tallis'  Canon 333* 

"      Ev'g  Hymn.. 333' 

Trinity 117=',  139* 

Truro 120,  503 

Vespers 459 


Vexilla  Regis 79 

Wareham 521  192' 

Waring 3'' 

Warrington 28^ 

Winchester,  New 12' 

Wortley 139*1 3«3i  429' 

X.  3f.,  TJouhle. 

Creation 508 

Peterborough 242 

C.  3f. 

Abridge 269 

Albano 125,  502 

Alexandria 261',  435 

Arden 378 

Arlington 473 

Armagh . .  154, 239, 296,  402 
Ashley  (with  chorus)  369'' 

Astra 4^ 

Asylum 326 

Bangor 255' 

Barby 372 

Bedford 112',  415,  510' 

Benediction 66' 

Bishopthorpe 517 

Bristol  203 

Brunswick S'O'' 

Burford     5^255'' 

Burlington 363 

Chesterfield 40,  360 

Chestnut  Ridge 488 

Christmas 476 

Christ's  Hospital 69'^ 

Coronation 424"'' 

Covert 38o>,  3S3,  486' 

Dundee 66>,  380' 

Dunfermline..  172, 173,  174 

Eckardlsheim 44»'^ 

Edna 4=>4' 

Elvet 455^ 

Faber 460' 

Farrant 280 

Gregorian 185,475' 

Hermann 15,156,286 

Heysham 365,366 

I  Horsley  27  > ,  i83  • ,  206, 231 ' 

ierusafem 495 
Cersal 61 

Lancaster 4»7 

London 501 

Manoah 453' 

Marlow 471 

Martyrdom.. 222,  261',  383 

Mear 183,  234,  264 

Miles'  Lane 424' 

Naomi 440 

Nativity 121,  281 

Northampton 486' 

Norton 453',  496' 

Nottingham i3',  438 

Old  Martyrs 56 

Oxford 316 

Portsmouth 396,467 

Redhead,  No.  28.. 31 1,368 
"         No.  29.. 367, 500 

Siloam 224 

Southwell 496' 

Spohr 399 

St.  Agnes.. 26, 12S,  210,  404 

St.  Alban's  475' 

St.  Ann 29, 184,278 


St.    Barnabas   (with 

chorus) 369' 

St.  Bernard.38o>,388,  455' 

St.  David 221 

St.  Elisabeth ..27' 

St.  Etheldreda 251, 

347,  400 
St.  Frances  ...38,  127,322 
St.  Fulbert..  .123,  208,  516 

St.  James 95,  43^ 

St.  John  (W'minster)..2ii 

St.  Mary .258,  259 

St.  Mary  Magdalene, 

217,  231",  385 

St.  Olave 358,451 

St.  Peter,  112',  196,  395,441 

St.  Stephen 245,  390 

Tallis"  Ordinal 214 

Tiverton no,  421 

Thaxted 487 

Tottenham 188',  297 

Ulm 48,458 

Vigils M9 

Winchester,  Old. .  136,  426 
Windsor 69',  460' 

C.  M.,  Double. 

All  Saints 176 

I  Anglia i3> 

I  Mercy 65 

I  St.  Bartholomew 177 

i  St.  Chrysostom 8 

)  St.  Leonard 300,  337 

j  St.  Matthew 253,274 

I   Westlake 22,230 

i  8.  M. 

j  Aberyswith 50 

•■  Asaph  5'3* 

Bankfield 147' 

Hoylston 315 

Cadwell  i47* 

1  Cambridge 191,299 

I  Carlisle 243,  244 

I  Cologne 482' 

i  Confirmation 216' 

Dennis 479 

'  Easter  Even 97^ 

Eastnor 55,  *7o,  3^7 

Emmaus 346 

Eternity 513' 

Evensong 334' 

Festal  Song 463 

Invitation 212 

Lyte 520' 

>loccas 97',  285 

MorningtoQ 268 

Narenza 171 

Newland s^S' 

Olmstead 44 

Olmutz 462 

Potsdam 5»8' 

Schumann... 334',  470,489 

Serenity 195 

Sienna 520' 

Silver  Street 216' 

Southwell 474 

Steggall 298 

St.  Thomas 413 


IItmw. 

St.  Michael 32 

Swabia 159,  37^ 

Thatcher  3^4 

ti.  M.,  Double.         \ 

Chalvcy 28,  i?o 

Diademata ii6 

Fairfield "3 

Hope 434 

8.8.0  :S.S.O. 

Habakkuk  44^ 

Magdalen  College  102,374 

Purleigh 199 

Treves 293,  4»9 

8.8  :  8.8  :  8.8. 

Brownell 250,  314 

Carey's  Tune 461 

Eaton 9',  »93 

Good  Shepherd 504 

Griswold 375 

Hulme 20t 

Linden 129 

Melita 14,241,267 

St.  Jude 9' 

Sl  Martyn 45a 

St.  Matthias 338,  515 

\'eni  Emmanuel 13 

Wavertree 70,  ^5* 

8.8.8  :  8.8.8. 

Newcourt 194 

Old  113th 6,  320,420 

Swiss  Tune ",319 

8.6:8.6:6.6.6.0. 

Hopkins 500* 

Paradise 509' 

8.7:  8.7  :  8.8.7 
{latnbic). 

Gloria  Paschali 511 

Judgment  Hymn 484 

SJEVJ^yS  ( Trorh axe). 
Three  Lines. 

\  St.  Philip 63 

i  I'our  Lines. 

;   Hattishill 401' 

Beethoven 50 

Brasted 401  • ,  449 


17' 


St.  Bride 60,  382,  482' 

St.  George iSi,  246 

St.  Helen 134, 

135,  179,  180 


Eli 

Evermore 238 

Hernlein 49 

Innocents 47,  422' 

Lubeck 183 

Monkland 305 

Parkman 4o3 

Pleyel's  Hymn 449' 

Pruen 163 

St.  Edmund 58 

^traltner 91 

St.  Columba 445 

Redhead,  No.  45 33 

"     47..  81,  252 
"     43.164,477' 

Theodora 373* 

Trinity  Song 220 

Vienna 98' 

Weber 340,  466 

Wentworth 373* 

Whitney 98' 


F9ttr      Linra,      wUh 

Allrtuia, 

Hnta. 

Aaceoiioa  («> 114' 

Ascension  (*> 114' 

ba<4er  llvmii 99* 

WiHcuibcrg 106 

Worf  an w' 

3ijt  Hmet. 

CmmII 46s 

ClaphAa »>9' 

Di* 45.30a 

Ephcsut 140' 

Kaiih  39i» 

Getbscmaae 86 

H&llcU Ill,  mo" 

Lepiic »i' 

Kau^bon   331,  ao«>' 

ReJhead,  No   76.. 90,391* 

Si.  At^aiia^us 140' 

Si.  Bruno a47 

Verona 35© 

night  Hmsm. 

Bene  v  ento 54 

Cecilia 494* 

Haven 3» 

HoUingstde  393' 

H  nilon U4>  43>' 

LiUny 53* 

Milburn. 4* 

Rapture 494* 

R    uge 393' 

Richards 477* 

Salzburg too 

Si.  ticoree     .  .43,  aoo,  306 
Spanish  Chant jj* 

Trn    Lines, 

MendcbM.  bn 17' 

Si.  An^^^Im 8a 

8.7  :  8.7  (Troehmie). 

Ch-'*:-"'         310' 

(  n 333' 

1:  433 

Ho.,    .^..v. ao^ 

Menon 35» 

R  dbcad.  No.  14 433* 

Sardis 3) 

Sitoeria •o* 

Stattgard i6»433* 

Sl  Agatha    »a3» 

St.  Catherine 370* 

St.  Ignatius ai.i^ 

Troy   i«>3 

Trust 370*,469 

Turnau 84 

8.7  :  8.7  (DQubU). 

Austria 190* 

Moultrie. 189,43* 

SLChad 454' 

St  Kabiao 310* 

St.  Joseph 456 

Su|  plicatioa 76,  336 

Wc-^  'n ai3* 

Witima 454* 

Ziun     190* 

M.7  :  8.7  :  4.7. 

ncnedictioo 165* 

C  ,halc-rdoo 145* 

Coronac 115 

Giranrrs   »»7 

^.  T46diPt...48t 

Nctly...    .:"...' I4S* 

Nodine » a88 

Pilgrimage ^'^O 

Redhead  .. 
Sajie  Weimai 


SicUiao  Mariner •«  H 

Stfiri  

Sl  Thomas 

8.7  :  8.7  :  474.7. 

Benedic  Anima 906* 

Duke  Carmen. .  .430,  506* 

Elvcy aSa' 

Oriel. a8a« 

Regrnt  Square. .  .94,  aSz* 
St,  Dcnvs 75 

8.7  :  8,7:  7.7. 

.\lbert 34>* 

Dre^en 9a 

iriiy 333 

Lavana 34»* 

Palms 77' 

U  rtser  Hcrrscher 10? 

Vision 77' 

8.8.7  :  8.8,7. 

Jubal »7a» 

Arnsberg »;»' 

8.4.7:8.4.7, 

Franc 330' 

Haydn 330* 

8.4  :  8.4  :  8.8.8.4. 

Nutfield 344' 

Upsal 344' 

8.5:8.9. 

Mason SM* 

Neale 5»4' 

8.8.8. 

Dieslrae 483 

7.7:  7.7  .S.?. 

Arimathea ioi> 

Firth loi' 

7.8  :  7.8  :  7.7. 

MeinhoUi »63 

7.8  :  7.8  :  4. 

St.  .\lbinus 104 

b.S  :  6.5. 

Caswall 74* 

St.  Constantine fas' 

St.  Lucian aas' 

6.5  :  6.5  (Double). 

Entreaty 443 

Kiel 68» 

St.  Andrew  of  Crete .  68" 
St.  Alban  (chorust . . .  233' 
St.  Aubyn  (chorus)..  a3a* 
St.  John 74' 

8.8.8.6  {lambU}). 

Elliott 39a' 

St.  Crispin 39a' 

8.8.8.4. 

Resignation as** 

Rev     394* 

St    <      •  394* 

Ti  a56» 

Vi  iia) —   103 

a.-'i.S.S  :  -#.7. 
(•r    "  L.    M.,"    with 

ClffMS,) 

Holywood. 4* 

Hoaanna 4^ 

H. 8.6  :  8.8.6. 

Alleluia   109 

8.6:8.6:  8.8. 

Palmyra 3*3 

8.6:  8.6:4.4:8.6. 

'  ...957 

s  7  :  5.5.5.6.7. 
;c  Burg ^97 


UEX. 

I  7.6  :  7.6  :  8.8. 

<  HrMB. 

St.  Analulius )4t 

7.6  :  7.6. 

EJcn S48 

Norl 491* 

Sl  Atphege 49«' 

7.6:  7.6{D0mbU). 

Aurelia. aos,  36a 

Bentley 991* 

Cbmies S91' 

Dorking 105' 

"      -     m 

i\  ■,\   i7)iys .....175 

loscph..,   ai9 

Missioiuxy  Hyaa....a83 

MonseU 64 

Munich j 

Parker 87* 

Passion  Chorale. 87' 

Patmos. 49a 

Pcarsall 490 

St.  Hilda 10 

Sl.  Tbeodulph  (with  cho- 
rus.)  ya 

Zoan 34 

7.6:  7.«:7.7(«).-7.«. 

.Amsterdam .-447 

Russell  Place 478 

7.7.4:6.6:6.4. 
Bridges 198 

6.7:6.7:6.6:6.6. 
Nun  danket  alle  Gott  — 
303,308 

6.6.6.6  (Iambic). 

Croton    7' 

Sl  Cecilia 7' 

««.  Bight  Litres. 

Baxter as4 

Peace 317 

6.6  :  6.6  :  8.8. 

(i. 4.4.4). 

Christ's  Church  ..  118,  307 

Crofts,  14SU1 a6a 

Darwell 411 

Gopsal 15a 

lUrr-w.>.Kl «79 

«97 

«S7 

~-  ..-.^   148 

i>u  Fciet  s  (Manchester), 

«43 
6.6.6.4  :  8.8.4. 

Ecce  .\gnus  Dei 80 

6.4  :  6.4  :  6.6.4. 

Kedrun 507* 

Nentburn  507* 

6.4  :  6.6. 

Twilight 345 

6.6.8.4:6.6.8.4. 

Leoni 141 

6.6.4:6.6.6.4, 

Calvary 937* 

Harlan 3C9 

Moscow 4:8 

Stobel 146 

Sl  Ambrose 837* 

6.4  :  6.4  :  6.4  :  6.4. 

Erfiirt aes 

8.6:  8.4. 

St.  Cuthbert tj« 

8.7  :  8.7  {rmmbic). 
Dominus  regit  me.... 464* 
Sh-pherd 464" 


5.5.5.5  :  6.5.6.5. 

Good  Cheer '    T'l 

9.9  .•  9.8. 
\  ilymn  ..ao7' 

'  •oj* 

:w.i^  .  10,10. 

Bcrlie 155* 

Eventide jjs* 

Epipbaajr 9»* 

Laagrao 67 

PaxIJei «4 

Roisian  Hymn 316* 

Salem... i6» 

SLAttsda        xis*^ 

Troyte's  Chant 3js* 

JOb.  8iJB   Line*. 

Evenirig 349 

Yorkshire 11 

10.6  :  10.6  :  10.10, 
Guyon 457 

10.4:  10.4  :  10.10. 

LuxBenigna s»* 

10.10.7. 

Heaven 497* 

St.   Andrew  497* 

10.6:  10.6:7.6:7.6. 

Allejuia  Perenae 43a* 

Endle^AUelaia..  ...43** 

10.10.10,  with  Alle- 

luia. 

Cloisters. «96 

Sarum 187 

11.8.13.9    (Irrrgu^ 

tar). 
Rossl}^! «a6 

11.10  :  11.10. 

Santa  I^ura 37* 

Wcbbc   37* 

lOt  (Irreiffulmr), 

Bethany 93I 

Welcome 93* 

11.10  :  11.10  :  9.  JO. 

.\ngelic  Songs 485' 

Pil;;rima 4«5* 

Vox  .\ngelica 485' 

11.19:  19.10. 

Nicara 13I 

lOa  and  11m  iJ>aetg. 
He.) 

HaooTer 41, 406, 519 

Lyoos. 3$ 

}l«  (I>mrtfflU). 
Sl  Cnuian   398 

8a  iOaetglie). 
Sl  Edilha. 339 

12t  (Daetglia). 

Scotland Sl4 

SL  Nicholas •»» 

Sullivan 965* 

5.6.10:5.6:7.7.7.8. 

ilarnby 19 

5 ^  and  6m  i  nactglic) 

.Ade^e  Kidclcs as 

7r>«.    /In,  and  19m. 

.■,-:::::-S* 

r.L  light  348 

tot 

^...4»S 

•US.. 137 


ALPHABETICAL  INDEX  OE  THE  TUNES. 


Aberyswjth  50 

Abridge 269 

Adeslc  Fideles 25 

Albano         125,50a 

Albert    342' 

Alexandria 261',  435 

Alleluia loQ 

Alleluia  Perenne 432* 

All  Saints 176 

Alstonc 178 

Amsterdam 447 

Anjjelic  Songs 485* 

Angels'  Hymn  ..  .30,  418' 

Angelus 94,  133^ 

Anglia   18' 

Arden 378 

Arimathea 101' 

Arlington 473 

Armagh.  154,  239,  296,  402 

Arnsberg 272"'' 

Asaph 513'' 

Ascension  tt 114' 

Ascension  6 1 14' 

Ashley 369' 

Astra. 468 

Asylum 326 

Aurelia 202,  362 

Austria 190' 

Avison 2j' 

Haiigor 255' 

Hankfield 147' 

l!arbv 372 

Harnby 19 

Harrinjrton 324 

Kartholdy 287 

Battishill 401' 

Kaxter 254 

Kedlord na",  415,  510' 

Heetho  ven 59 

Henedic  .\nima 506^ 

Henediclion  (CM.).   .66« 
Benediction  (8,  7,  4)..  165' 

Benevento 54 

Bentley  291^ 

Bethany 93' 

Berlin  (L.M.) 83^ 

Berlin  (lo's)  1552 

Bishopthorpe 517 

Bowen 361,  448',  480 

Boylslon 315 

Brasted 4oi>,  449' 

Hridsjes 198 

Bristol 203 

Hrocltham.  ..ii7>,37i,  412 

Brownell 250,314 

Brunswick Sio'* 

Burford 51,  255' 

Burlington 363 

("adwell 147I 

('alv?.ry 237' 

Cannons  2 

Cambridge 191,  299 

Carey's  Tune 461 

^'^rlis^e  243,244 

Cassell   465 

Caswall 74« 

Cestria 257 

Cecilia 494' 

Chalcedon 145' 

Chalvey 28,  130 

Chantry 318',  416 


ItVM.-f. 

Chcetham 310* 

Chenies 291' 

Chesterfield 40,  360 

Chestnut  Ridge 488 

Christ's  Church  ..118,  307 

Christ's  Hospital 69^ 

Christmas 476 

Clapham  209* 

Cloisters 186 

Coleman 133' 

Cologne 482' 

Condescension 223' 

Confirmation 216' 

Coronae 115 

Coronation 424' 

Covert 380',  388,  486' 

Creation 508 

Crofts,  148th 262 

Croton 72 

Darley 295 

Darwell 411 

Dennis  479 

Devotion 78 

Diademata 116 

Dies  Ilia 3 

Dies  Irae 483 

Dismission 271,  312 

Dix 45,  302 

Dominus  regit  me 464'' 

Dorking 105' 

Dortmand 351 

Dresden 92 

Duke  St 205'' 

Dulce  Carmen..  .430,  506' 

Dundee         66',  380'* 

Dunfermline..  172,  173,174 

Easter  Even  97^ 

Easter  Hymn 99'' 

Eastnor 55,  170,327 

Eaton      92,  193 

Ecce  .Agnus  Dei 80 

Eckardtsheim 441- 

Eden 248 

Ed  na 404'^ 

Ein  Feste  Burg 397 

Eisenach 328,  410 

Eli ...17-^ 

Elliott 392' 

Elvet 4^5» 

Elvey 2'82' 

Emmaus 346 

Endless  Alleluia 432' 

Entreaty 443 

Ephesus 140' 

Epiphany 36' 

Erfurt 265 

Eternity 513' 

Eucharlstic  Hymn... 207' 

|venlng 349 

Even-Song 334' 

Eventide 335' 

Evermore 238 

Ewing 49^ 

Faber 460^ 

F"airfield 113 

Faith 391  > 

Farrant 280 

Federal  Street 218,  387 

F'estal  Song 463 

Firth ,01^ 

Franc 330* 


Hymn 

Freiburg 498,499 

Germany..  158',  336'',  450' 

Gethseniane 86 

Glad  Tidings 23' 

Gleaners 227 

Gloria  Paschali 511 

Good  Cheer 472 

Good  Shepherd 504 

Gopsal 152 

Goiha 403 

Goudimel 207^ 

Goudimel's  146th  PS...481 

Grace  Church 62, 

142',  166,  167,  240 

Greenland 105' 

Gregorian 185,  475' 

Gregory i58"'',  228,  294 

Griswold 375 

Guyon 457 

Habakkuk 442 

Hail  I  glad'ning  Light. 348 

Hallett Ill,  140= 

Hamburg 270,  377 

Hanover 41,406,  519 

I   Harewood 279 

I   Harlan 309 

I   Haven 31 

Ha  vergal 423 

Hayd  n 330'' 

Hebron 318' 

Heaven 497' 

Hermann 15, 156,  286 

Hernlein 49 

Heysham 365,  366 

Hodges 160 

Hollingside 393^ 

Holy  Days 175 

Holy  N'oices. .    20' 

Holy  wood  4^ 

Honiton 144,  422'' 

Hope 434 

Hopkins 509' 

Horsley.. 27', i88', 206,231' 

Hosanna 4' 

Hulme 201 

Hudson 12'^ 

Hursley 336' 

Innocents 47,  422' 

Intercession 131, 153 

Invitation 212 

Irby 233 

Jerusalem 495 

Jesu  Bone  Pastor 229 

Joseph 219 

Jubal 272 

Judgment  Hymn 484 

Keoron 50-'' 

Kersal 61 

Kiel 63" 

Kirke 46,  437 

Lancaster 417 

Langran 67 

j  Lavana 342'' 

Leipsic 391' 

1  Leoni 141 

I   Linden lao 

i   Litany  53' 

i  London 501 

i   Lubeck 182 

Ltiton 407 

I  Lux  Benigna 51a 


IlVMX. 

Lyons , 35 

Lyte 52o« 

Magdalen  College,io2,374 

Manly i2a 

Manoah 453I 

Mariow 471 

Martyrdom.  .222,  26^',  383 

Mason 514'^ 

Mear 183,  234,  264 

Meditation 444 

Meinhold 263 

Melcombe 126,  329 

Melita    ..    14,241,267 

Mendelssohn 17* 

M  endon 273',  439 

Mercy 65 

Merlon 352 

Milburn 43 

Miles'  Lane 424* 

Missionary    Chant,   273'. 
290, 429* 

Missionary  Hymn 283 

Moccas        97',  285 

Monkland 305 

Monsell .'.  64 

Morning  Hymn. .  150,  332 

Mornington 268 

Moscow 428 

Moultrie 1S9,  431 

Mozart   162,  304 

Muhlenberg 88 

Munich 5 

Naomi 440 

Narcnza 171 

Nativity 121,  281 

Neale 514' 

Neely X45» 

Nent'horn 507* 

Newcourt 194 

Newland 51P 

N  ica-a 138 

Nodine 288 

Noel 491' 

Notker 142',  446' 

Norton 453^,  496* 

Northampton "...  486' 

Nottingham 18^,438 

Nun  danket  alle  Gott 

X-     £   ,j  303,308 

N  utncld 344I 

Old  Martyrs 56 

Old  100th 277,  289,  405' 

"       ancient  form,405^ 

Old  inth 6,320,420 

Old  148th 197 

Olmstead 44 

Olmutz 462 

Oriel 28a» 

Oxford 316 

Palms 77I 

Palmyra 323 

Paradise 509* 

I*ark  Street 301 

Parker 87' 

Parkman 408 

Passion  C  horale .87* 

Patmos 492 

Pax  Dei 169 

Peace .317 

Pearsall 490 

Penitence,  —  71,  161,  389 


ALIMIAUKTICAL    Llhl     uT     UIi:     ILNE8. 


485- 


1  

»'!^.l-:.l 9«.»75.  -• 

PW-vct'»  Hymn 4^ 

I'o'.locU .• 

l*ort!unouth 396,  4C; 

PoUdam 518' 

Prurn i6j 

Puricigii 199 

Rft|>(urc 494^ 

Ratisboo *>9'.  33» 

Retilic*.! i« 

Redhead,  No.  4.. 353.  354. 

^.     355,  350.  357 

Redhead,  No.  ia..»5,  359. 

379 

P  •'»-'  '     No.  14 433» 

"o.  a3..3ii,3^ 
0.29..  367,  500 

'^^^••<5 33 

>.  47-    81,35a 

.0.48. 164,  477« 

Kc.iiit-.ui,  .So.  76.  .90,  391* 

|<e«"Ke    • 393' 

R^cnt  Square.  .34,  sSs' 

Reliance 448* 

Repose »6o« 

Requiem 36o» 

Resignation 356' 

Rest 394» 

RichardH 477' 

R)jkinRham.83',  *>5'%a3S 

1<  '  -!vn 326 

'•'  "  ^<-^  1    73 

"•e 47S 

inn 36' 

I 333> 

St   A;, M (.->.  i''.,  123.310,404' 
St.  Alban  ^chorus)..  .23a* 

St.  .Mbans 475' 

St.  .\lbinii3 104 

St.  .MphcRc 491  • 

St.  .\mbrosc 237' 

St.  .Vnatolius. 341 

St.  Andrew 497' 

St.  .\ndrc\v  ot  Crete  ..68' 

St.  Ann   39,184,378 

St.  Ansclm 83 

St.  Athanasiiis 140* 

Sl  Aubyn  (chorus), . .  333' 


HtM* 

.\uslin 155' 

liariiaba^  (with  chorus) 

ithoiomew 177 

'     ; 3Z 

aard 455' 

niidc»....6o,j8a,48j' 

Itruno 347 

Catherine 370' 

Cecilia 7' 

(had 454' 

Chrysoatom 8 

Columba 44* 

Consuntine »3s* 

('rispin 393* 

Cross 89 

Cuthbert 133 

<-ypri»n 398 

David 331 

Dcnvs 75 

Ed  itna 330 

Edmund 58 

Ethcldreda,  351,347,400 

Elisabeth 373 

Fabian 310' 

Faith 409 

Frances 38,137,  323 

Fulbcrt...i23,  308,  516 

Gabriel 2<H* 

t;corKc(S.M.)  181,346 
George  (7's)  43,  aoo,  306 

Godric 157 

II  e'en  "34,135,179.  »8o 

Hilda 10 

Ignatius 213* 

J»"»e« 95.436 

lerotne 440' 

John  (6's,  5'sD)....74* 
John  ( Westminster )3 II 

Joseph 456 

J  u  de 9' 

Leonard 300,  337 

I.ucian 335' 

Mark 148 

Martvn 452 

Marv 358,  259 

Mary  Magdalene.  217, 
23»'.  385 

Matthew 25J,  374 

Matthias 338,  515 

Michael 3' 


St.  Nicholat 

St.  Olave J 

St.  Paul 

St.  Peter  ( M ancheucn ,  1 43 
St.  Petera  (Oxford). .lu". 

o     ,»..  .  *^'  395.441' 

St.  Phdip 63  ] 

St.  Stephen 345.  390 

St.  Thcodulph  (wiih  cbo-  , 

ru»> 73  ' 

St.  Thoma»(S.  M.)....4ii  | 

St.  Thomas. 1'  1 

St.  Vincenu 341 

Salem 36* 

Salzburg 100  I 

Samson 119,19a*  ! 

Santa  I^ura i7>  I 

Sardis. « 

Sarum 187 

Saxe-Weiin&r,393,38i,5os'  I 

Saxony 386  | 

Schumann... 334*,  470,  489  I 

Scotland 384 

Sebastian 418^  ! 

Serenity 19J  \ 

Shepherd 464  ■  1 

Siberia 30' 

Sicilian  Mariners'  Hymn. 
i65«  I 

Sienna 530'  I 

Siloam nA  ! 

Silver  Street 316'  1 

Southwell  (CM.).... 496' 

Southwell  (S.  M.) 474  I 

S|Minish  Chant 53*  1 

Sl>ohr.    390  ; 

Steggall 398  ; 

Stewart 304,  349,427  , 

Siobel 146 

Storl 165' 

Strattner 91 

Stuttgard 16,  433« 

Styria 414 

Sullivan 366* 

Supolication 76,  336  1 

Swaoia 1 59,  376 

Sweden  335 

Swiss  Tune ".  3'9  ! 

Tallis"  Canon 333'  ( 

Kvng  Hymn,  333' 
Ordinal 314  1 


1  he  &4ijun  apralte.  ...44$ 

Tiverton no.  431 

ToUenham i88*.397 

Treves "i^  ♦«» 

Trinity   n7»,  139P 

Trinity  Song no 

Triumph loS 

Troy i(M 

Tro>tc'i  Chant.  .»56» ,  335« 

Truro i»o,  joj 

Trust 37o«,  469 

Tumau 84 

Tmlight 34c 

L'Im.   4«,43 

L'nser  Hemcher i«t 

t'j»sal 344* 

\'eni  Creator  Spiritus..i37 

Veni  Emmanuel i) 

Verona 3J» 

Vespers 4S9 

Vexilla  Regis 79 

Victory  (.\lleluia).. .   .lot 

Vienna 98" 

\'igils 14Q 

Vision 77* 

Vox  Angelica 485' 

Wareha^ js,  *9«* 

Waring 3>t 

W  arr  i  n  gton. ati 

Wavertree 7©,  i« 

Weber 340,  406 

Webbe j7« 

Welcome 9r 

Wentworth 373* 

Westlake *•«  *}■ 

Weston «ij' 

Whitney 9i' 

Winchester  (New)..  ia\ 

139'. 
Winchester  (Old).  I. 

Windsor ^.9' 

Wirtemberg... 

Witlma 

Worgan 

WortJey 4  / 

Yorkshire. »« 

/-ion 19^^ 

Zoan..  .  34 


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